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From: Kathy <>
Subject: Re: [GENBOX] Citing newspapers WAS Source/template help
Date: Sun, 22 Mar 2009 00:32:29 -0500
References: <002701c9a830$c07290c0$4157b240$@com> <49C1C99A.firstname.lastname@example.org> <001a01c9a8fe$363bd460$a2b37d20$@com> <49C3DB1A.email@example.com><000301c9aa34$a8feec30$fafcc490$@com>
GeneJ (GM) wrote:
> Beginning Template: <[DOC PLACE]. >[ITAL][DOC TITLE][ITAL0]<, [DOC DATE]>.
> Digital image(s). [DOC LOCATER] : [DOC ORIGINAL DATE].
> Beginning Template output:
> New Hampshire. _The Sun, Dover Gazette and County Advertiser_, 27 June 1807
> (Saturday). Digital image(s). __where Website Owner would go*__. __where
> the website title needs to go__. http://www.genealogybank.com: 5 January
You could use [DOC AUTHOR] for the website owner and [DOC SUBJECT] for
the website title. Multi-level sourcing doesn't seem necessary here. I
use it for newspaper articles from microfilm, where the film spans
several months or years and I'm citing multiple articles from one film.
In this case you've only got one website and are only citing one page
from that website.
Just my thoughts,