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From: "Excalibur131" <>
Subject: Re: [LDR] Website Attribution
Date: Fri, 6 Jan 2006 19:29:09 -0500
Elizabeth Shown Mills, in her book, Evidence! Citation & Analysis for the
Family Historian, provides the following guidance for a Bibliographic Entry:
IF the Emphasis is on the "location" start the citation with place; cite
items in descending level of importance, ending with specific record or
IF the Emphasis is on the "person" start the citation with person's surname
then given name, followed by details of record.
Texas. Archives Division, Texas State Library, Austin. Confederate Pension
Records, Index. (Online <http://link.tsl.state.tx.us/c/compt/index.html>.
Minshew data downloaded 16 Novemeber 1996.
No italics, no bold, no underline.
Hope this helps ...
Royalty to Rogues
----- Original Message -----
From: "Sally Phillips" <>
Sent: Friday, January 06, 2006 5:31 PM
Subject: [LDR] Website Attribution
> This is not a question specific local to Lower Delmarva, but you all are
> such fine, erudite folks, I can't think of a better group to ask.
> What is the accepted form (or forms) when one wants to include a website
> in a bibliography? For instance, having used Neil's site, how would I
> show it?
> I'm showing my age here. This question would not have occurred to anyone
> when I was in school.
> Sally Phillips
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