|Call#||CS .D64 2001|
Edited from the Genealogical Publishing Company Website.
"Managing a Genealogical Project" looks to help genealogists organize your information from the preliminary stage of your research to the final presentation of your work as a report or a book.
The book is broken into seven (7) sections with an appendix and master forms. Contents include:
List of Sample Forms
Section 1 - Types of Genealogical Projects
Section 2 - Collecting References
Section 3 - Retrieving Notes and Compiling Family Sheets
Section 4 - Ahnentafel Numbering
Section 5 - Descendancy Numbering
Section 6 - Using a Computer
Section 7 - Presentation Techniques
Appendix - Research Journals and Logs
United States--Genealogy--Handbooks, manuals, etc.
|Title||Managing a Genealogical Project|
|Physical Description||xii, 71,  p. : ill. ; 28 cm.|