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Help! historical and genealogical truth :…

Help! historical and genealogical truth : how do I separate fact from…

by Carol J. Baxter

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As a historical detective who researches and writes true-crime stories, I have learnt something alarming.
If we knew what it was we were doing, it would not be called research, would it? —Albert Einstein
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"This book will help you develop your own skills so that ... errors don't creep into your own research ... The principles section deals with the foundations of evidence-analysis. The practices section uses a series of ongoing case studies to illustrate strategies you can use to put these principles into practice"--Page 2.… (more)

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