Must-Have Forms To Improve Your Organization

by Julie Hill

Posted on July 31, 2009

Expert Series author Carolyn Barkley puts her Library Sciences expertise to good use in the newly published article, Get Organized: Basic Forms For Beginning Genealogists.  Can you guess the four basic forms that she recommends every family historian use regularly? If you have no clue, you need to read this article!

Carolyn's primary message is: don't be caught unprepared; organization is key to the success of your genealogical research.  I think we can all relate to this--even advanced genealogists sometimes need to go back-to-basics to consolidate and simplify their approach. 

After reading this article you'll understand:

* How to conduct research in a systematic, organized way.

* What forms you'll need to begin your research.

* And what tactics to avoid--namely notes on scrap paper that are easily misplaced.

Start reading Get Organized: Basic Forms For Beginning Genealogists, published today, now by clicking here.

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