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Tuesday, October 14, 2014

Wacky Wednesday: About PERSI

DearREADERS,
WOW! Fräulein Schmidt joined Ol' Myrt here to detail the benefits and frustrations of using PERSI (PERiodical Source Index) as it is found in it's new home at FindMyPast.com. PERSI - categories include: biography, cemeteries, census records, church records, court records, deeds, institutions, land records, maps, military records, naturalization records, obituaries, passenger lists, probate records, school records, tax records, vital records, voter records, and wills. Articles about three or fewer specific families are arranged by surname. Source: FindMyPast's What is the PERiodical Source Index (PERSI)?




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[Author - Last Name, First Name]. "[Article title]," [Publication name italicized], [Website name] (http://[website url]: [issue]; accessed [date]), para. ____. 
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