What’s Your Problem?


In the first “Editors’ Corner” for their first issue as editors of the National Genealogical Society Quarterly, Nancy Peters and Allen Peterson give some fundamental research advice to their readers: Start with a plan. More pointedly, start your plan with a focused question based on known information.[1] The first real step for any research project, then, is to formulate that focused question. Simple, right?

Simple, however, is not always obvious.

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