“Rubik�s Cube Genealogy”
Elissa Scalise Powell
Categories: RT, IR
By twisting your data by sources, geography, and chronology, holes and discrepancies will become more apparent, and may suggest further clues. Discussion includes: timelines, genograms, lineage society applications, land platting, and writing the family narrative.
ELISSA SCALISE POWELL is a certified western Pennsylvania researcher and co-director of the Genealogical Research Institute of Pittsburgh (GRIP). She is also a Certified Genealogical Lecturer and serves as the course coordinator for “Genealogy as a Profession” at the Institute for Genealogy and Historical Research (IGHR) in Athens, Georgia. She is the author of two chapters in the 2018 Professional Genealogy book. She is a regional and national speaker on such topics as Pennsylvania records, methodology, professional development, and society management. She was honored with the Association of Professional Genealogists 2017 Professional Achievement Award for which she received multiple nominations. More information about her is at http://powellgenealogy.com/.
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