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Great job building up an informative citation!
One nit-picky point (if I may): the "title" of the photo should not be in quotes because it is not an official title. Descriptive titles do not belong in quotes.
"Just what is the difference between the ground, the first floor, and the second floor of the genealogy citation? I don't get it." Well I'm glad you asked. There is a lovely photo of my grandparents up there that my cousin Ta...
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Question about Google+: If someone adds me to their circles, it automatically sends me all of their posts--even if I don't reciprocate. Is it possible to block them?
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Welcome to the very first episode of Duarte.com/edy (we pronounce it “Duarte Dot Comedy”), starring our puppets, Bob & Finn. They’re both really excited about their on-camera debut, so sit back and enjoy the zaniness. If you like what you see, please share with your friends, and be sure to leave a note in the comments. You just might hear back from Bob or Finn in person! Visit www.duarte.com/edy to sign up to be notified about future episodes.
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Leslie Lawson, president of the Council for the Advancement of Forensic Genealogy, is opening discussions at http://www.facebook.com/#!/occupygenealogy about the need for our organized activism in dealing with records access.
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From NPR, "Jacob Riis: Shedding Light On NYC's 'Other Half,'" by Robert Siegel, on 30 June 2008:Through photos and writings documenting poverty in New York City in the late 19th century, a Danish immigrant became a famous campaigner against slum housing. Two new books tell the story of Jacob Riis, a social reformer and natural showman. Imagine it's 1888. New York City. The Lower East Side is the most densely populated place on Earth: Block after...
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This was required reading for my social studies degree way back in the early 1960s.
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Michael Hait, CG(sm) -- Professional genealogist
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Professional Genealogist & Freelance Writer
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Certified Genealogist, Graduate of ProGen Study Group 5, Graduate of IGHR Course 4 (Advanced Methodology)
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Laurel, Maryland - Prince George's Co., Maryland - Greenbelt, Maryland - College Park, Maryland
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