FREE DOWNLOAD: Citing Your Sources by Thomas MacEntee

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Are you still struggling to cite your sources when it comes to genealogy and family history research? Do you understand the value of citing source BUT you just need an easy way to do it?

Download this FREE GUIDE on Citing Your Sources by Thomas MacEntee

When I started on my genealogy over 40 years ago,  I was a “name collector” and I didn’t cite my sources nor did I understand the value of citing sources. Whether you are new to citing sources or you just need a “refresher,” I’ve created an easy-to-use guide at Legacy Family Tree entitled Citing Your Sources.

Through a special arrangement with our friends at Legacy Family Tree, I want to make sure that every genealogist has access to this important information. That is why Citing Your Souces is available as a FREE DOWNLOAD starting Friday, October 20th through Sunday, October 22nd, 2017. Click HERE to get your PDF copy now!

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Citing Your Sources by Thomas MacEntee

Friday Freebie! Get your copy of Citing Your Sources Legacy Quick Guide by Thomas MacEntee for FREE! Starting today through Sunday, October 22nd, you can get the PDF version of this popular guide to assist you in citing your genealogy research sources. “The Citing Your Sources Legacy QuickGuide™ contains valuable information so you can understand the components of source citations and start tracking your genealogy research in a uniform manner. In addition, this guide contains over 25 of the most used source citation formats for genealogists! This handy 5-page PDF guide can be used on your computer or mobile device for anytime access.”
“After years of doing genealogy research, many are now realizing the importance of creating source citations in order to locate the source of a record. Whether you are using a genealogy database program such as Legacy Family Tree or you track your work on a spreadsheet, it is important to learn the fundamental components of a source citation. In addition, there are numerous programs, apps and websites that can assist you in citing your sources. Creating source citations is like leaving a trail of breadcrumbs for other researchers (and for yourself) so they can see where you found a record and how it fits in with your genealogy research.
The Citing Your Sources Legacy QuickGuide™ contains valuable information so you can understand the components of source citations and start tracking your genealogy research in a uniform manner. In addition, this guide contains over 25 of the most used source citation formats for genealogists! This handy 5-page PDF guide can be used on your computer or mobile device for anytime access.”

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About the Author

Thomas MacEntee

Genealogy educator and author Thomas MacEntee has been researching his family history for more than 40 years and is the creator of Abundant Genealogy, Genealogy Bargains, DNA Bargains, The Genealogy Do-Over and numerous other web-based genealogy and family history properties.