As I’ve been reading through many of the submissions that will be in the 56th Carnival of Genealogy – 10 Essential Genealogy Books You Own (which will be hosted by Lori Thornton at Smoky Mountain Family Historian), I’ve discovered that almost everyone has the book, Evidence Explained: Citing Sources from Artifacts to Cyberspace by Elizabeth S. Mills; Boston: Genealogical Company, Incorporated, 2007. This is one book that I am going to have to buy! Some of the customer reviews on Amazon include: “This is the ‘bible’ of genealogy citation.” - J. Grah and “…by far the most comprehensive resource I have seen for accurately and effectively citing sources.” - Brad Combs, PhD. One reviewer even said that whenever a new book by Elizabeth S. Mills will be released, they put in an advance order. Obviously, I’ve been missing out on a great resource so I’ll be looking for a used copy (is there such a thing?) to add to my genealogy library.
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