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Evidence Explained: Citing History Sources from Artifacts to Cyberspace
“Evidence Explained is the definitive guide to the citation and analysis of historical sources–a guide so thorough that it leaves nothing to chance. While countless websites now suggest ways to identify their offerings, few of those address the analytical needs of a researcher concerned with the nature and provenance of web material, whose numerous incarnations and transformations often affect the reliability of their content.
In the two years since the Third Edition was published, changes at major repositories and online information providers–as well as the ever-evolving electronic world–have generated new citation and analysis challenges for researchers. As a consequence, Mrs. Mills has once again revised her citation models and added descriptions and evaluations of numerous contemporary materials not included in the original Third Edition. Here are the major changes you will find in this revised Third Edition:
- Changes to about 75 pages in the text and index
- New citations for the National Archives (NARA) website and manner of identifying documents
- Updates for citing DAR’s revamped website and databases
- Alterations in citations for the DAR website and database
- Immigration citations reflecting changed records at the Ellis Island website.”
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