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Football field goalposts.

How Do You Know You’ve Reached Your Research Goal?

It sounds like a perfectly reasonable question. “Have you met your research goal?” The answer to such questions, however, can often be far more difficult to ascertain than you initially thought. To wart, the goal must be very specific, leaving no room for ambiguity. It must be possible to look at the goal and give…
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Seasons of Genealogy: 131,400 Minutes In

Back at the beginning of January I posted about goals and resolutions and setting yourself up for success with your genealogical research in 2019. As difficult as it may be to believe, the first quarter of the year is in the history books. So have you done so far? (If you missed that post, go…
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525,600 Minutes: Seasons of Genealogy

Many of you may have picked up on the musical allusion in the title of this post as a takeoff on Seasons of Love from the musical Rent. You may have even sung the first part in your head. The beginning of a new year often brings us to reflection of the previous year, and…
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