genealogical researchers are not aware of how to write a bibliography
or source footnotes. The bibliography that follows is one
that I turned in with my research paper on my great grandmother,
Rosa Isabel Randall Rosier. This follows the Turabian bibliographic
form, which most historians use. Books should include author's
name, title, publishing company, city of publication (and state
or country if not widely known), date of publication. When
footnoting you also include the pages used.
Dawn. Pretend Genealogical Book. Quinn Publishing
Windsor Locks, CT, 2003.
Dawn Quinn, Pretend Genealogical Book (Windsor Locks, CT:
House, 2003), 35-45.
Randall, Niles C. Civil
War Pension File. File
C-2 559 253. National