Gathering evidence and information is just part of the process of conducting effective genealogical research. You will need to analyze the materials you collect, compare them to one another, and weigh the evidence based on whether it is from an original or derivative source and whether the information is primary or secondary in nature. There are two significant components to working with the evidence: analyzing and recording the information, and organizing and filing materials, either in paper form or electronically or both, for ready access and reevaluation at any time in the future. This lesson will address many of these points.
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