Monday, April 27, 2009

Dictionaries for Genealogical Research

We all probably have a dictionary or two on our book shelves at home. But do we have all that we need to support our research?

Carolyn Barkley at the Blog site "" gives a good rundown on several categories of dictionaries that may aid in genealogical research. She covers legal, medical, and name dictionaries in addition to those that simply give us definitions. She also tells why they may be of value and gives some examples of their use.

You can read her article at:

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