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Come along to this course and find out what Evernote is and how to use it in your family history research.
03 July at GSQ: 1.30-4.30pm
Begin the search for your Irish ancestors.
WHEN: 15 July, 2017
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Evidence and citation
As family history researchers, we all know the importance of proving what we find and documenting our sources. This mini-seminar will take you through the process of establishing proof and documenting evidence as well as provide hints on finding the correct ancestors. Find out more and book your place at Evidence and Citation.
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