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From: "LBoswell" <>
Subject: Re: [TGF] Along the lines of history and genealogy
Date: Fri, 22 Jan 2010 18:06:56 -0500
I've got an idea for a Google wave exercise in collaborative research that
seems strikingly similar to the title of this session in some ways. I
thought maybe because my idea involves historical events and trying to judge
the accuracy of claims made about an individual connected with them, that it
might be a bit of a reach. But this session seems to be in a similar vein,
so maybe my exercise would work. I wanted something that would require
searches across a wide range of databases, and the one I'm considering
touches 3 major events in three countries (US, CDA, and the UK). I wish I
could see more about the content of this session.
good timing. I had just started to write it up (the outlines of the
----- Original Message -----
From: "Jean Kelley" <>
To: "TGF" <>
Sent: Friday, January 22, 2010 5:34 PM
Subject: [TGF] Along the lines of history and genealogy
> I'm looking forward to the Monday evening session during IGHR this June at
> Samford University.
> The title of Ruth Ann Hager's presentation: History through Genealogy --
> the Best of Both Worlds
> "Why did genealogical research discover over ten items of significant new
> information not included in the 1978 book,
> The Dred Scott Case, which was a winner of the Pulitzer Prize in History?
> How can the same research techniques
> help your research?"
> Jean Kelley
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