The Lowcountry Africana Resource Library by Michael Hait: Principles of Sound Genealogical Research
Finding a record on Lowcountry Africana that names an ancestor is exciting. But how can you use that record to further your family research?
Genealogist/historian Michael Hait, Coordinator of the Lowcountry Africana Genealogy Resource Library, offers advice for conducting sound genealogical research, documenting sources and evaluating evidence. Michael's library is growing. We invite you to visit and enjoy!
Here is sampling of the offerings in Michael's Resource Library:
The Genealogical Proof Standard provides an outline for sound and responsible genealogical research. By subscribing to its standards, you can ensure that your research will be as accurate as possible.
Under the current standards of genealogical proof, source citation and analysis are supreme. But what constitutes a genealogical source record?