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When Facts Don’t Tell the History You Expect

Connecting the dots means accepting the truth

mirror hides the person’s face
Photo by Laura Chouette on Unsplash

Like investigators in other fields, genealogists need to be cautious and aware about bias in their work. With lineage research it can be all too easy to be caught up in the emotion or attachment to a particular tale, especially if it has made its way down through the family. Breaking the illusion can be…

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Alicia M Prater, PhD

Alicia M Prater, PhD

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Scientific editor with Medical Science PhD, former researcher and lecturer, long-time writer