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From: apn <>
Subject: [TMG] RE: Entering Citation Detail
Date: Thu, 27 Sep 2001 21:28:01 -0500
A Message from is written:
> No need to worry about what CD
>prints where. To me, that is much cleaner than generic sources, since I
>don't have to reference the source again once it is fully abstracted, and I
>don't have to remember what to put in each CD field.
>Once they are used, I don't ever reference them again.
>I am not saying this is the only way, it just seems like the simplest to me.
I have a great number of cemetery pictures, newspaper articles, census
records, etc. to put in as sources. I've read about 'generic' sources--can
someone explain exactly what is meant by 'generic sources'? I know what
generic medications are but I can't relate that to genealogical sources!.
Thanks for an explanation to what is no doubt an obvious and simple answer.
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