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Published on Jul 19, 2012

Ancestry Anne explains why you really do want to cite your sources and shows you the basics on how to do it. Following a few basic steps will save yourself lots of grief in the future.

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  1. 30

    Discovering Your Quaker Ancestors

  2. 31

    Five Things You Can Do This Weekend to Clean Up Your Family Tree

  3. 32

    Same Name - Different Man

  4. 33

    AncestryDNA: Making the Cousin Connection

  5. 34

    Discover More About Your Ancestors in Tax Records

  6. 35

    What's In A Will

  7. 36

    What's New at Ancestry.com: April 2014 Edition

  8. 37

    Genealogy Spring Cleaning

  9. 38

    How Irish Are You?

  10. 39

    State Research Guides and Place Pages

  11. 40

    Updating Your Ancestry.com Profile Page and Other Account Settings

  12. 41

    Maximize Your Search Time on Ancestry.com

  13. 42

    Googling Your Family History

  14. 43

    Genealogy To Do Lists

  15. 44

    Correcting Mistakes in Your Own Family Tree

  16. 45

    Some Genealogy Records Have No Names

  17. 46

    AncestryDNA: Contacting and Collaborating with Cousins

  18. 47

    Love Stories in Your Family Tree

  19. 48

    Highlights from RootsTech 2014

  20. 49

    African American Family History Research: Breaking the 1870 Wall

  21. 50

    Soundex, Wildcards and Other Search Options

  22. 51

    Understanding Baptismal Records

  23. 52

    What Do I Enter Into My Family Tree? Resolving Conflicting Evidence

  24. 53

    Top Tips for Beginning Latin American Research

  25. 54

    Overcoming Preconceived Notions for Family History Success

  26. 55

    New York Family History Research

  27. 56

    Understanding More About the Records You Are Using

  28. 57

    Family History Goals for 2014

  29. 58

    Timely Tips to Trim the Family Tree

  30. 59

    Rating Your Genealogy Sources

  31. 60

    How Laws Affect the Records Created About Your Ancestors

  32. 61

    It's Family History NOT Personal History

  33. 62

    Sharing Family History With the Genealogically Challenged

  34. 63

    Getting the Most Out of the 1921 Canada Census

  35. 64

    Favorite Resources of Professional Genealogists

  36. 65

    More Opportunities for Genealogy Education

  37. 66

    Going Beyond The Shaky Leaf

  38. 67

    Top Tips for Beginning Italian Family History Research

  39. 68

    Top Tips for Beginning Jewish Family History Research

  40. 69

    Using the Ancestry.com Card Catalog

  41. 70

    Ancestry.com Learning Center

  42. 71

    Family History Records Are Telling More Stories Than Ever

  43. 72

    Ancestry.com Online Family Trees: Photo Comments and Other Collaboration Tools

  44. 73

    Butcher, Baker, Candlestick Maker: What Your Ancestors' Occupations Can Teach You

  45. 74

    Shoebox from Ancestry.com - It's a Scanner in Your Pocket

  46. 75

    Discovering Your Colonial Immigrant Ancestor

  47. 76

    New England Birth, Marriage and Death Records

  48. 77

    Researching Newspapers to Find Genealogy Gold

  49. 78

    What Does the War of 1812 Mean for Your Genealogy Research?

  50. 79

    Using Tax Records for Family History Research

  51. 80

    Ancestry.com Online Family Trees: Uploading Pictures and Documents

  52. 81

    Putting Your Ancestors' Lives in Historical Context

  53. 82

    Ancestry.com Online Family Trees: Privacy and Sharing

  54. 83

    Using City Directories in Your Research

  55. 84

    Browsing Records on Ancestry.com

  56. 85

    How To Request Information From An Archive

  57. 86

    Top Tips for Beginning English Family History Research

  58. 87

    Family History Focus to Grow Your Family Tree

  59. 88

    Ancestry.com Online Family Trees: Story View

  60. 89

    Cousins Marrying Cousins? Don't Duplicate People in Your Family Tree

  61. 90

    Top Tips for Canadian Family History Research

  62. 91

    Ancestry.com Family History Wiki

  63. 92

    Taking a Family History Vacation

  64. 93

    Ethical Considerations in Family History

  65. 94

    Convicts and Criminals In Your Family Tree

  66. 95

    Honoring Those Who Died In Service To Their Country

  67. 96

    Top Tips for Beginning German Family History Research

  68. 97

    Top Tips for Beginning German Family History Research

  69. 98

    Collaborate With Others to Grow Your Family Tree

  70. 99

    More Strategies for Finding Your Female Ancestors

  71. 100

    Clues in Non Marriage Records

  72. 101

    Little Used Marriage Records on Ancestry.com

  73. 102

    First Comes Love, Then Comes... The Marriage Index?

  74. 103

    How to Find Marriage Records on Ancestry.com

  75. 104

    Tips For Telling Your Family Stories

  76. 105

    Breaking Through Your Genealogy Brick Walls

  77. 106

    How to Handle Name Changes in Your Family Tree

  78. 107

    Researching Irish Records

  79. 108

    Beginning Irish Research

  80. 109

    RootsTech and Other Genealogy Conferences and Events

  81. 110

    I Started My Family Tree. Now What?

  82. 111

    Finding Late 19th Century Immigrant Ancestors

  83. 112

    Finding Early 20th Century Immigrant Ancestors

  84. 113

    Smart Search: Tips & Tricks

  85. 114

    Common Mistakes in Genealogy (Part 2)

  86. 115

    Resources for African American Genealogy Research

  87. 116

    Family History Myths Dispelled

  88. 117

    Using Ancestry.com Like A Pro

  89. 118

    Which Source Do I Believe? Evaluating Evidence

  90. 119

    Clean Up Your Family Tree

  91. 120

    Merging Duplicates In Your Family Tree

  92. 121

    Cousin Bait: Blogging to Find Your Family

  93. 122

    Write It Down: Tips for Recording Family History

  94. 123

    Telling Your Family Story with special guest, author Ryan Littrell

  95. 124

    Spelling Doesn't Count: Tips for Finding Your Ancestors

  96. 125

    Genealogy: Part History, Part Mystery

  97. 126

    Back to the Basics: Genealogy 101

  98. 127

    Search Ancestry.com Like A Detective

  99. 128

    [Private Video]

  100. 129

    Free Genealogy Records: Where to Find Them and How to Contribute

  101. 130

    CYA: Don't Get Caught With Your Hand in the Genealogy Cookie Jar

  102. 131

    Maps: A Path to Your Ancestors

  103. 132

    Yearbooks and Other Photo Collections

  104. 133

    Interviewing Family Members to Grow Your Family Tree

  105. 134

    Using the Dawes Rolls to Research Native American Ancestry

  106. 135

    Discovering Our Veterans - Finding Military Service Details

  107. 136

    Quick Ways To Share Your Family History

  108. 137

    Quick Ways To Share Your Family History

  109. 138

    Tombstone Photography Dos and Don'ts

  110. 139

    Death Clues in Census Records

  111. 140

    Family History Clues in Death Records on Ancestry.com

  112. 141

    Alternatives to Death Certificates in Genealogy

  113. 142

    Ancestry.com Facebook App: Your Questions Answered

  114. 143

    Searching for Death Records

  115. 144

    How To Up Your Genealogy Game with Ancestry Anne

  116. 145

    Genealogy Brainstorming: I'm Stuck. Now What?

  117. 146

    How to Use Meyers Gazetteer of the German Empire

  118. 147

    Hamburg Passenger Lists and Other Image First Collections

  119. 148

    How Do I Know I'm Right? Some Genealogy Basics

  120. 149

    Sourcing Your Vitals - Citations for Birth, Marriage and Death Records

  121. 150

    Understanding SAR/DAR Applications in Genealogy

  122. 151

    Using the Ancestry.com Shoebox Effectively

  123. 152

    Tips For Organizing Your Family History Records

  124. 153

    Naturalization Records: What They Tell Me and Where To Find Them

  125. 154

    Reflecting Accurate Relationships in Family Tree Maker and Ancestry Member Trees

  126. 155

    Using Social Media In Genealogy

  127. 156

    Defining Relationships in Genealogy

  128. 157

    Adoption and Genealogy Research

  129. 158

    Public vs Private Ancestry Member Trees

  130. 159

    Finding Missing People in the Census

  131. 160

    Sourcing Information Not on Ancestry.com

  132. 161

    Splitting or Combining Family Trees

  133. 162

    Introduction to Using Land Records for Family History

  134. 163

    Exploring Rootsweb on Ancestry.com

  135. Citing Your Sources Can Be Fun!

  136. 165

    Finding Original Records for Family History

  137. 166

    Collaboration & Being in the Right Place at the Right Time

  138. 167

    Effective Place Research in Family History

  139. 168

    Top Tips for Family History Research Trips

  140. 169

    Common Mistakes in Genealogy

  141. 170

    Crafting a Genealogy Research Plan

  142. 171

    MyCanvas and Other Ideas for Publishing Your Family History

  143. 172

    Using Ancestry.com Member Profiles

  144. 173

    How Do I Find the Genealogy Records I'm Looking For if There is No Index?

  145. 174

    Creating Timelines to Better Understand Records and Families

  146. 175

    Using Notes in FTM and Ancestry Member Trees to Keep Track of Your Family History

  147. 176

    Successful Searching To Tell Your Ancestor's Story, Part 2

  148. 177

    Unique Resources for Researching Your Family's Ethnic Origins

  149. 178

    Successful Searching To Tell Your Ancestor's Story, Part 1

  150. 179

    How to Track Down Your Family's Vets

  151. 180

    How To Use Message Boards to Break Through Genealogy Brick Walls

  152. 181

    What Genealogy Records Exist?

  153. 182

    What International Records are Available on Ancestry.com

  154. 183

    Comments and Corrections on Ancestry.com Records

  155. 184

    City Directories and How to Use for Family History

  156. 185

    Shaky Leaf Hints on Ancestry.com and Family Tree Maker

  157. 186

    Ancestry.com LIVE: 1940 Lookups LIVE

  158. 187

    1940 U.S. Federal Census Tips and Tricks, Part 2

  159. 188

    1940 U.S. Federal Census Tips and Tricks, Part 3

  160. 189

    Getting Ready for the 1940 U.S. Federal Census

  161. 190

    Tips and Tricks for Solving Your Family History Challenges

  162. 191

    Behind the Scenes at Ancestry.com: Ancestry Mobile Apps

  163. 192

    Is This My Ancestor? Prove It or Disprove It

  164. 193

    Using the Ancestry.com Facebook Page to Further Your Family History Research

  165. 194

    Everybody's Got a Little Irish in Them

  166. 195

    Getting Around the Missing 1890 Census

  167. 196

    Ethnic Surnames: Finding Your Ancestor with a Not-So-Common Name

  168. 197

    Ancestry.com Live Q&A: Tools to Help Your Family History Research

  169. 198

    Solving African American Family History Research Challenges

  170. 199

    Census Records - Beyond the Names and Dates

  171. 200

    Connecting Internet Find to Your Ancestry Member Tree

  172. 201

    Finding Family History Clues in Marriage Records

  173. 202

    Quick Tips for African American Family History Research

  174. 203

    Ancestry.com Live Q&A: How Do Our Experts Search

  175. 204

    Experience the New 1930 U.S. Federal Census Image Viewer

  176. 205

    Did They Really Come Through New York? How to Search Passenger Lists

  177. 206

    Learning from Records in the World Memory Project

  178. 207

    How to Find a Birth, Marriage or Death Record in Pennsylvania

  179. 208

    Approach Your Family History Research Like A Pro

  180. 209

    Find Your Ancestor in Hometown History

  181. 210

    Using Tree Hints in Ancestry Member Trees or Family Tree Maker

  182. 211

    Genealogy New Years Resolutions for 2012

  183. 212

    Finding Family History Clues in State Census Records

  184. 213

    Exploring the 1930 U.S. Federal Census

  185. 214

    Common Surnames: Strategies for Finding Your Ancestor in the Crowd

  186. 215

    Find Pre-1850 Relatives with Your Ancestry Member Tree

  187. 216

    How to Read Handwritten Historical Documents

  188. 217

    How to Control Your Ancestry.com Search Results

  189. 218

    How to Use the World War II Draft Registration Cards

  190. 219

    Finding the Maiden Names of Women in Your Family Tree

  191. 220

    Unlock the Secrets of the 1790-1840 U.S. Census Records

  192. 221

    How to Prove Native American/Indian Ancestry

  193. 222

    Get Answers to Your Genealogy Questions

  194. 223

    Dress Up Your Family Tree for the Holidays

  195. 224

    How to Find Pre-1850 Ancestors

  196. 225

    How to Find Your Civil War Roots on Ancestry.com

  197. 226

    Tips for Finding Family in Passenger Lists

  198. 227

    Five Tips for Online Grave Digging

  199. 228

    Using Death Records to Learn More About Your Ancestors Life

  200. 229

    Crafting a Solid Search on Ancestry.com

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