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How to cite "Assimilation"

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Mills, Elizabeth Shown. “Assimilation? Or Marginalization and Discrimination? Romani Settlers of the Colonial Gulf (Christophe Clan).” Elizabeth Shown Mills, Historic Pathways.  http://www.HistoricPathways.com : 2011.

 

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    Elizabeth Shown Mills, “Assimilation? Or Marginalization and Discrimination? Romani Settlers of the Colonial Gulf (Christophe Clan),” digital image at Elizabeth Shown Mills, Historic Pathways (http://www.HistoricPathways.com : [access date]).

 

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    Mills, “Assimilation? Or Marginalization and Discrimination? Romani Settlers of the Colonial Gulf (Christophe

Clan),” [specific page].

 

 

How to cite "Demythicizing History"

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Mills, Elizabeth Shown. “Demythicizing History: Marie Thérèse Coincoin, Tourism, and the National Historical Landmarks Program.” Louisiana History 53 (Fall 2012): 402–37.

 

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    Elizabeth Shown Mills, “Demythicizing History: Marie Thérèse Coincoin, Tourism, and the National Historical Landmarks Program,” Louisiana History 53 (Fall 2012): 402–37, specifically ___ [add specific page number]; digital image at Elizabeth Shown Mills, Historic Pathways (http://www.HistoricPathways.com : [access date]).

 

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    Mills, “Demythicizing History” [specific page].

 

 

How to cite "Family & Social Patterns"

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Mills, Elizabeth Shown. “Family and Social Patterns of the Colonial Louisiana Frontier: A Quantitative Analysis, 1714–1803.” New College Honors Thesis, University of Alabama, 1981.  x, 231 pp. Digital image. Elizabeth Shown Mills, Elizabeth Shown Mills, Historic Pathways. http://www.HistoricPathways.com : [access date].

 

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    Elizabeth Shown Mills, “Family and Social Patterns of the Colonial Louisiana Frontier: A Quantitative Analysis, 1714–1803” (New College Honors Thesis, University of Alabama, 1981), [add specific page number]; digital image at Elizabeth Shown Mills, Historic Pathways (http://www.HistoricPathways.com : [access date]).

 

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    Mills, “Family and Social Patterns of the Colonial Louisiana Frontier: A Quantitative Analysis, 1714–1803,” [specific page].

 

 

How to cite "Isle ... and ... Conscience"

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Mills, Elizabeth Shown. “Isle of Canes and Issues of Conscience: Master-Slave Sexual Dynamics and Slaveholding by Free People of Color.” Between Two Worlds: A Special Issue of  The Southern Quarterly: A Journal of the Arts in the South 43 (Winter 2006): 158–75. Digital image. Elizabeth Shown Mills, Historic Pathways. http://www.HistoricPathways.com : [access date].

 

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    Elizabeth Shown Mills, “Isle of Canes and Issues of Conscience: Master-Slave Sexual Dynamics and Slaveholding by Free People of Color, ” Between Two Worlds: A Special Issue of The Southern Quarterly: A Journal of the Arts in the South 43 (Winter 2006): 158–75, specifically ___ [add specific page number]; digital image at Elizabeth Shown Mills, Historic Pathways (http://www.HistoricPathways.com : [access date]).

 

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    Mills, “Isle of Canes and Issues of Conscience,” [specific page].

 

 

How to cite "Missionaries Compromised"

Mills, Elizabeth Shown and Gary B. Mills. “Missionaries Compromised: Early Evangelization of Slaves and Free People of Color in North Louisiana.” Glenn R. Conrad, ed. Cross, Crozier, and Crucible: A Volume Celebrating the Bicentennial of a Catholic Diocese in Louisiana. Lafayette, La.: Center for Louisiana Studies, 1993.  Digital image. Elizabeth Shown Mills, Historic Pathways.  http://www.HistoricPathways.com : [access date].

 

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    Elizabeth Shown Mills and Gary B. Mills, “Missionaries Compromised: Early Evangelization of Slaves and Free People of Color in North Louisiana,” Glenn R. Conrad, ed., Cross, Crozier, and Crucible: A Volume Celebrating the Bicentennial of a Catholic Diocese in Louisiana (Lafayette, La.: Center for Louisiana Studies, 1993), 30–47, specifically ___ [add specific page number]; digital image at Elizabeth Shown Mills, Historic Pathways (http://www.HistoricPathways.com : [access date]).

 

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    Mills and Mills, “Missionaries Compromised,” [specific page].

 

 

How to cite "Quintanilla’s Crusade"

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Mills, Elizabeth Shown. “Quintanilla’s Crusade, 1775–1803: ‘Moral Reform’ and Its Consequences on the Natchitoches Frontier.” Louisiana History 42 (Summer 2001): 277–302. Digital image. Elizabeth Shown Mills, Historic Pathways. http://www.HistoricPathways.com : [access date].

 

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    Elizabeth Shown Mills, “Quintanilla’s Crusade, 1775–1803: ‘Moral Reform’ and Its Consequences on the Natchitoches Frontier,” Louisiana History 42 (Summer 2001): 277–302, specifically ___ [add specific page number]; digital image at Elizabeth Shown Mills, Historic Pathways (http://www.HistoricPathways.com : [access date]).

 

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    Mills, “Quintanilla’s Crusade,” [specific page].

 

 

How to cite "Social & Family Patterns"

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Mills, Elizabeth Shown. “Social and Family Patterns on the Colonial Louisiana Frontier.” Sociological Spectrum 2 (1982): 233–48. Digital image. Elizabeth Shown Mills, Historic Pathways. http://www.HistoricPathways.com : [access date].

 

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    Elizabeth Shown Mills, “Social and Family Patterns on the Colonial Louisiana Frontier,” Sociological Spectrum 2 (1982): 233–48, specifically ___ [add specific page number]; digital image at Elizabeth Shown Mills, Historic Pathways (http://www.HistoricPathways.com : [access date]).

 

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    Mills, “Social and Family Patterns on the Colonial Louisiana Frontier,” [specific page].

 

 

How to cite "Roots and ...‘Faction’"

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Mills, Elizabeth Shown and Gary B. Mills. “Roots and the New ‘Faction’: A Legitimate Tool for Clio?” Virginia Magazine of History and Biography 1 (January 1981): 5–26. Digital image. Elizabeth Shown Mills, Historic Pathways. http://www.HistoricPathways.com : [access date].

 

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    Elizabeth Shown Mills and Gary B. Mills, “Roots and the New ‘Faction’: A Legitimate Tool for Clio?” Virginia Magazine of History and Biography 1 (January 1981): 5–26, specifically ___ [add specific page number]; digital image at Elizabeth Shown Mills, Historic Pathways (http://www.HistoricPathways.com : [access date]).

 

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    Mills and Mills, “Roots and the New ‘Faction’: A Legitimate Tool for Clio?” [specific page].

 

How to cite "Genealogist’s Assessment of ... Roots"

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Mills, Elizabeth Shown and Gary B. Mills. “The Genealogist’s Assessment of Alex Haley’s Roots.” National Genealogical Society Quarterly 72 (March 1984): 35–49. Digital image. Elizabeth Shown Mills, Historic Pathways. http://www.HistoricPathways.com : [access date].

 

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    Elizabeth Shown Mills and Gary B. Mills, “The Genealogist’s Assessment of Alex Haley’s Roots,” National Genealogical Society Quarterly 72 (March 1984): 35–49, specifically ___ [add specific page number]; digital image at Elizabeth Shown Mills, Historic Pathways (http://www.HistoricPathways.com : [access date]).

 

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    Mills and Mills, “The Genealogist’s Assessment of Alex Haley’s Roots,” [specific page].

 

 

How to cite "Ethnicity and Southern Genealogist"

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Mills, Elizabeth Shown. “Ethnicity and the Southern Genealogist: Myths and Misconceptions, Resources and Opportunities.” Robert M. Taylor Jr. and Ralph J. Crandall, eds. Generations and Change: Genealogical Perspectives in Social History.  Macon, Ga.: Mercer University Press, 1986. Digital image. Elizabeth Shown Mills, Historic Pathways.  http://www.HistoricPathways.com : [access date].

 

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    Elizabeth Shown Mills, “Ethnicity and the Southern Genealogist: Myths and Misconceptions, Resources and Opportunities,” Robert M. Taylor Jr. and Ralph J. Crandall, eds., Generations and Change: Genealogical Perspectives in Social History (Macon, Ga.: Mercer University Press, 1986), 89108, specifically ___ [add specific page number]; digital image at Elizabeth Shown Mills, Historic Pathways (http://www.HistoricPathways.com : [access date]).

 

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    Mills, “Ethnicity and the Southern Genealogist,” [specific page].

 

 

How to cite "Working with Historical Evidence"

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Mills, Elizabeth Shown. “Working with Historical Evidence: Genealogical Principles and Standards.” Evidence: A Special Issue of the National Genealogical Society Quarterly 87 (September 1999): 165–84. Digital image. Elizabeth Shown Mills, Historic Pathways. http://www.HistoricPathways.com : [access date].

 

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    Elizabeth Shown Mills, “Working with Historical Evidence: Genealogical Principles and Standards,” Evidence: A Special Issue of the National Genealogical Society Quarterly 87 (September 1999): 165–84, specifically ___ [add specific page number]; digital image at Elizabeth Shown Mills, Historic Pathways (http://www.HistoricPathways.com : [access date]).

 

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    Mills, “Working with Historical Evidence,” [specific page].

 

How to cite "Evidence Analysis: A Process Map"

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Mills, Elizabeth Shown. Evidence Analysis: A Process Map. Digital image. Elizabeth Shown Mills, Historic Pathways. http://www.HistoricPathways.com :[access date].

 

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    Elizabeth Shown Mills, Evidence Analysis: A Process Map; digital image at Historic Pathways (http://www.HistoricPathways.com : [access date]).

 

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    Mills, Evidence Analysis: A Process Map.

 

How to cite "Academia vs. Genealogy"

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Mills, Elizabeth Shown. “Academia vs. Genealogy: Prospects for Reconciliation and Progress.” National Genealogical Society Quarterly 71 (June 1983): 99–106. Digital image. Elizabeth Shown Mills, Historic Pathways. http://www.HistoricPathways.com : [access date].

 

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    Elizabeth Shown Mills, “Academia vs. Genealogy: Prospects for Reconciliation and Progress,” National Genealogical Society Quarterly 71 (June 1983): 99–106, specifically ___ [add specific page number]; digital image at Elizabeth Shown Mills, Historic Pathways (http://www.HistoricPathways.com : [access date]).

 

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    Mills, “Academia vs. Genealogy: Prospects for Reconciliation and Progress,” [specific page].

 

How to cite "Genealogy in Information Age"

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Mills, Elizabeth Shown. “Genealogy in the Information Age: History’s New Frontier?” NGS Centennial: A Special Issue of the National Genealogical Society Quarterly 91 (December 2003): 260–77. Digital image. Elizabeth Shown Mills, Historic Pathways. http://www.HistoricPathways.com : [access date].

 

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    Elizabeth Shown Mills, “Genealogy in the Information Age: History’s New Frontier?” NGS Centennial: A Special Issue of the National Genealogical Society Quarterly 91 (December 2003): 260–77, specifically ___ [add specific page number]; digital image at Elizabeth Shown Mills, Historic Pathways (http://www.HistoricPathways.com : [access date]).

 

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    Mills, “Genealogy in the Information Age,” [specific page].

 

 

How to cite "Bridging Historic Divide"

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Mills, Elizabeth Shown. “Bridging the Historic Divide: Family History and ‘Academic’ History.” History and Genealogy: Why Not Both? Papers from the Midwestern Roots Conference. Indiana University Department of History. Indiana Magazine of History: Online Resources. http://www.iub.edu/~imaghist/online_content/online_June_2007.html. PDF. Elizabeth Shown Mills, Historic Pathways. http://www.HistoricPathways.com : [access date].

 

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    Elizabeth Shown Mills, “Bridging the Historic Divide: Family History and ‘Academic’ History,” History and Genealogy: Why Not Both? Papers from the Midwestern Roots Conference, Indiana University Department of History, Indiana Magazine of History: Online Resources (http://http://www.iub.edu/~imaghist/online_content/online_June_2007.html), specifically ___[add specific page number]; PDF at Elizabeth Shown Mills, Historic Pathways (http://www.HistoricPathways.com : [access date]).

 

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    Mills, “Bridging the Historic Divide: Family History and ‘Academic’ History,” [specific page].

 

 

How to cite "Documenting a Slave’s Birth"

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Mills, Elizabeth Shown. “Documenting a Slave’s Birth, Parentage, and Origins (Marie Thérèse Coincoin, 1742–1816): A Test of Oral History.” National Genealogical Society Quarterly 96 (December 2008): 245–66. Digital image. Elizabeth Shown Mills, Historic Pathways. http://www.HistoricPathways.com : [access date].

 

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    Elizabeth Shown Mills, “Documenting a Slave’s Birth, Parentage, and Origins (Marie Thérèse Coincoin, 1742–1816): A Test of Oral History,” National Genealogical Society Quarterly 96 (December 2008): 245–66, specifically ___ [add specific page number]; digital image at Elizabeth Shown Mills, Historic Pathways (http://www.HistoricPathways.com : [access date]).

 

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    Mills, “Documenting a Slave’s Birth, Parentage, and Origins,” [specific page].

 

How to cite "Mézières, Trichel, Grappe"

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Mills, Elizabeth Shown. “Mézières, Trichel, Grappe: A Study of Tri-Caste Lineages in the Old South.” The Genealogist 6 (Spring 1985): 3–84. Digital image. Elizabeth Shown Mills, Historic Pathways. http://www.HistoricPathways.com : [access date].

 

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    Elizabeth Shown Mills, “Mézières, Trichel, Grappe: A Study of Tri-Caste Lineages in the Old South,” The Genealogist 6 (Spring 1985): 3–84, specifically ___ [add specific page number]; digital image at Elizabeth Shown Mills, Historic Pathways (http://www.HistoricPathways.com : [access date]).

 

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    Mills, “Mézières, Trichel, Grappe: A Study of Tri-Caste Lineages in the Old South,” [specific page].

 

How to cite "Mother, Thy Name is Mystery!"

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Mills, Elizabeth Shown and Rachal Mills Lennon. “Mother, Thy Name Is Mystery! Finding the Slave Who Bore Philomene Daurat.” Reconstructing Female Lives: A Special Issue of the National Genealogical Society Quarterly 88 (September 2000): 201–24. Digital image. Elizabeth Shown Mills, Historic Pathways. http://www.HistoricPathways.com : [access date].

 

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    Elizabeth Shown Mills and Rachal Mills Lennon, “Mother, Thy Name Is Mystery! Finding the Slave Who Bore Philomene Daurat,” Reconstructing Female Lives: A Special Issue of the National Genealogical Society Quarterly 88 (September 2000): 201–24, specifically ____ [add specific page number]; digital image at Elizabeth Shown Mills, Historic Pathways (http://www.HistoricPathways.com : [access date]).

 

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    Mills and Lennon, “Mother, Thy Name Is Mystery! Finding the Slave Who Bore Philomene Daurat,” [specific page].

How to cite "Slaves and Masters"

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Mills, Elizabeth Shown and Gary B. Mills. “Slaves and Masters: The Louisiana Metoyers.” National Genealogical Society Quarterly 70 (September 1982): 163–89. Digital image. Elizabeth Shown Mills, Historic Pathways. http://www.HistoricPathways.com : [access date].

 

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    Elizabeth Shown Mills and Gary B. Mills, “Slaves and Masters: The Louisiana Metoyers,” National Genealogical Society Quarterly 70 (September 1982): 163–89, specifically ___ [add specific page number]; digital image at Elizabeth Shown Mills, Historic Pathways (http://www.HistoricPathways.com : [access date]).

 

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    Mills and Mills, “Slaves and Masters: The Louisiana Metoyers,” [specific page].

 

How to cite "Which Marie Louise"

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Mills, Elizabeth Shown. “Which Marie Louise Is ‘Mariotte’? Sorting Slaves with Common Names.” National Genealogical Society Quarterly 94 (September 2006): 183–204. Digital image. Elizabeth Shown Mills, Historic Pathways. http://www.HistoricPathways.com : [access date].

 

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    Elizabeth Shown Mills, “Which Marie Louise Is ‘Mariotte’? Sorting Slaves with Common Names,” National Genealogical Society Quarterly 94 (September 2006): 183–204, specifically ____ [add specific page number]; digital image at Elizabeth Shown Mills, Historic Pathways (http://www.HistoricPathways.com : [access date]).

 

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    Mills, “Which Marie Louise Is ‘Mariotte’?” [specific page].

 

 

How to cite "Deliberate Fraud"

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Mills, Elizabeth Shown. “Deliberate Fraud and Mangled Evidence: The Search for the Fictional Family of Anne Marie Philippe of Natchitoches, Louisiana.” The American Genealogist 72 (July–October 1997): 353–68. Digital image. Elizabeth Shown Mills, Historic Pathways. http://www.HistoricPathways.com : [access date].

 

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    Elizabeth Shown Mills, “Deliberate Fraud and Mangled Evidence: The Search for the Fictional Family of Anne Marie Philippe of Natchitoches, Louisiana,” The American Genealogist 72 (July–October 1997): 353–68, specifically ___ [add specific page number]; digital image at Elizabeth Shown Mills, Historic Pathways (http://www.HistoricPathways.com : [access date]).

 

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    Mills, “Roundabout Research: Pursuing Collateral Lines,” [specific page].

 

 

How to cite "Identifying Jean Baptiste Derbanne"

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Mills, Elizabeth Shown. “Identifying Jean Baptiste Derbanne of Louisiana’s Natchitoches Militia, 1780–82: Participant in the Gálvez Campaigns of the American Revolutionary War Era.” The American Genealogist 68 (January 1993): 33–45. Digital image. Elizabeth Shown Mills, Historic Pathways. http://www.HistoricPathways.com : [access date].

 

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    Elizabeth Shown Mills, “Identifying Jean Baptiste Derbanne of Louisiana’s Natchitoches Militia, 1780–82: Participant in the Gálvez Campaigns of the American Revolutionary War Era,” The American Genealogist 68 (January 1993): 33–45, specifically ___ [add specific page number]; digital image at Elizabeth Shown Mills, Historic Pathways (http://www.HistoricPathways.com : [access date]).

 

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    Mills, “Identifying Jean Baptiste Derbanne,” [specific page].

 

 

How to cite "Louise Marguerite St. Denis"

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Mills, Elizabeth Shown and Gary B. Mills. “Louise Marguerite: St. Denis’ Other Daughter.” Southern Studies: An Interdisciplinary Journal of the South 16 (Fall 1977): 321–28. Digital image. Elizabeth Shown Mills, Historic Pathways. http://www.HistoricPathways.com : [access date].

 

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    Elizabeth Shown Mills and Gary B. Mills, “Louise Marguerite: St. Denis’ Other Daughter,” Southern Studies: An Interdisciplinary Journal of the South 16 (Fall 1977): 321–28, specifically ___ [add specific page number]; digital image at Elizabeth Shown Mills, Historic Pathways (http://www.HistoricPathways.com : [access date]).

 

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    Mills and Mills, “Louise Marguerite: St. Denis’ Other Daughter,” [specific page].

 

How to cite "Parallel Lives"

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Mills, Elizabeth Shown. “Parallel Lives: Philippe de la Renaudière and Philippe (de) Renault, Directors of the Mines, Company of the Indies.” The Natchitoches Genealogist 22 (April 1998): 3–18. Digital image. Elizabeth Shown Mills, Historic Pathways. http://www.HistoricPathways.com : [access date].

 

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    Elizabeth Shown Mills, “Parallel Lives: Philippe de la Renaudière and Philippe (de) Renault, Directors of the Mines, Company of the Indies,” Natchitoches Genealogist 22 (April 1998): 3–18, specifically ___[add specific page number]; digital image at Elizabeth Shown Mills, Historic Pathways (http://www.HistoricPathways.com : [access date]).

 

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    Mills, “Parallel Lives: Philippe de la Renaudière and Philippe (de) Renault,” [specific page].

 

How to cite "Burned County" (Part 1)

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Mills, Elizabeth Shown. “A Case Study in Family Reconstruction within a ‘Burned County’.” Genealogy [Indiana Historical Society] 78 (July 1983): 1–10; reprinted from “Anderson of Buckingham: A Case Study in Family Reconstruction within a ‘Burned County,’ Part 1: Family of William and Mary (Polly) C. Anderson,” The Virginia Genealogist 27 (January–March 1983), 3–19. Digital image. Elizabeth Shown Mills, Historic Pathways. http://www.HistoricPathways.com : [access date].

 

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    Elizabeth Shown Mills, “A Case Study in Family Reconstruction within a ‘Burned County’,” Genealogy [Indiana Historical Society] 78 (July 1983): 1–10, specifically ___ [add specific page number]; reprinted from “Anderson of Buckingham: A Case Study in Family Reconstruction within a ‘Burned County’,” The Virginia Genealogist 27 (January–March 1983), 3–19; digital image at Elizabeth Shown Mills, Historic Pathways (http://www.HistoricPathways.com : [access date]).

 

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    Mills, “A Case Study in Family Reconstruction within a Burned County [Part 1: Family of William and Mary (Polly) C. Anderson],” [specific page].

 

 

How to cite "Burned County" (Part 2)

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Mills, Elizabeth Shown. “Anderson of Buckingham: A Case Study in Family Reconstruction within a ‘Burned County,’ Part 2: Parental Family of William Anderson (1788–1852).” The Virginia Genealogist 30 (July–September 1986): 174–87, and (October–December 1986): 263–73. Digital image. Elizabeth Shown Mills, Historic Pathways. http://www.HistoricPathways.com : [access date].

 

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    Elizabeth Shown Mills, “Anderson of Buckingham: A Case Study in Family Reconstruction within a ‘Burned County,’ Part 2: Parental Family of William Anderson (1788–1852),” The Virginia Genealogist 30 (July–September 1986): 174–87, and (October–December 1986): 263–73, specifically ___ [add specific page number]; digital image at Elizabeth Shown Mills, Historic Pathways (http://www.HistoricPathways.com : [access date]).

 

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    Mills, “Anderson of Buckingham ... Parental Family of William Anderson,” [specific page].

 

 

How to cite "Husband for Phoebe Jefferson"

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Mills, Elizabeth Shown. “A Husband for Phoebe Jefferson.” The Virginia Genealogist 29 (April–June 1985): 83–104. Digital image. Elizabeth Shown Mills, Historic Pathways. http://www.HistoricPathways.com : [access date].

 

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    Elizabeth Shown Mills, “A Husband for Phoebe Jefferson,” The Virginia Genealogist 29 (April–June 1985): 83–104, specifically ___ [add specific page number]; digital image at Elizabeth Shown Mills, Historic Pathways (http://www.HistoricPathways.com : [access date]).

 

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    Mills, “A Husband for Phoebe Jefferson,” [specific page].

 

How to cite "Applying the Preponderance..."

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Mills, Elizabeth Shown. “Applying the Preponderance-of-the-Evidence Principle to a Southern Frontier Problem: William Medders of Alabama.” National Genealogical Society Quarterly 82 (March 1994): 32–49. Digital image. Elizabeth Shown Mills, Historic Pathways. http://www.HistoricPathways.com : [access date].

 

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    Elizabeth Shown Mills,  “Applying the Preponderance-of-the-Evidence Principle to a Southern Frontier Problem: William Medders of Alabama,” National Genealogical Society Quarterly 82 (March 1994): 32–49, specifically ___ [add specific page number]; digital image at Elizabeth Shown Mills, Historic Pathways (http://www.HistoricPathways.com : [access date]).

 

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    Mills, “Applying the Preponderance-of-the-Evidence Principle to a Southern Frontier Problem,” [specific page].

 

How to cite "In Search of ‘Mr. Ball’"

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Mills, Elizabeth Shown and Sharon Sholars Brown. “In Search of ‘Mr. Ball’: An Exercise in Finding Fathers.” National Genealogical Society Quarterly 80 (June 1992): 115–33. Digital image. Elizabeth Shown Mills, Historic Pathways. http://www.HistoricPathways.com : [access date].

 

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    Elizabeth Shown Mills and Sharon Sholars Brown, “In Search of ‘Mr. Ball’: An Exercise in Finding Fathers,” National Genealogical Society Quarterly 80 (June 1992): 115–33, specifically ___ [add specific page number]; digital image at Elizabeth Shown Mills, Historic Pathways (http://www.HistoricPathways.com : [access date]).

 

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    Mills and Brown, “In Search of ‘Mr. Ball’,” [specific page].

 

How to cite "Roundabout Research"

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Mills, Elizabeth Shown. “Roundabout Research: Pursuing Collateral Lines to Prove Parentage of a Direct Ancestor—Samuel Hanson of Frontier Georgia.” National Genealogical Society Quarterly 91 (March 2003): 19–30. Digital image. Elizabeth Shown Mills, Historic Pathways. http://www.HistoricPathways.com : [access date].

 

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    Elizabeth Shown Mills, “Roundabout Research: Pursuing Collateral Lines to Prove Parentage of a Direct Ancestor—Samuel Hanson of Frontier Georgia,” National Genealogical Society Quarterly 91 (March 2003): 19–30, specifically ___ [add specific page number]; digital image at Elizabeth Shown Mills, Historic Pathways (http://www.HistoricPathways.com : [access date]).

 

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    Mills, “Roundabout Research: Pursuing Collateral Lines,” [specific page].

 

How to cite "Search for Margaret Ball"

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Mills, Elizabeth Shown. “The Search for Margaret Ball: Building Steps over a Brick-wall Research Problem.” National Genealogical Society Quarterly 77 (March 1989): 43–65. Digital image. Elizabeth Shown Mills, Historic Pathways. http://www.HistoricPathways.com : [access date].

 

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    Elizabeth Shown Mills, “The Search for Margaret Ball: Building Steps over a Brick-wall Research Problem,” National Genealogical Society Quarterly 77 (March 1989): 43–65, specifically ___ [add specific page number]; digital image at Elizabeth Shown Mills, Historic Pathways (http://www.HistoricPathways.com : [access date]).

 

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    Mills, “The Search for Margaret Ball,” [specific page].

 

How to cite "Unravelling Balls of Yarn"

 

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Mills, Elizabeth Shown. “Unravelling Balls of Yarn: Lessons in the Use of a Skeptical Eye (As Taught by William Bartholomew Ball and William F. Ball, Esq.).” Genealogical Journal 19 (1991): 1–21. Digital image. Elizabeth Shown Mills, Historic Pathways. http://www.HistoricPathways.com : [access date].

 

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    Elizabeth Shown Mills, “Unravelling Balls of Yarn: Lessons in the Use of a Skeptical Eye (As Taught by William Bartholomew Ball and William F. Ball, Esq.),” Genealogical Journal 19 (1991): 1–21, specifically ___ [add specific page number]; digital image at Elizabeth Shown Mills, Historic Pathways (http://www.HistoricPathways.com : [access date]).

 

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    Mills, “Unravelling Balls of Yarn,” [specific page].

 

 

How to cite "Interpreting Tick Marks"

 

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Mills, Elizabeth Shown. “Interpreting the Tick Marks on Federal Censuses.” Ancestry Daily News, 11 March 2004. Archived at Ancestry.com, Learning Center. http://www.ancestry.com/learn/library/article.aspx?article=8265. Accessed at Elizabeth Shown Mills, Historic Pathways. http://www.HistoricPathways.com : [access date].

 

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    Elizabeth Shown Mills, “Interpreting the Tick Marks on Federal Censuses.” Ancestry Daily News, 11 March 2004, [add specific para. no.]; archived at Ancestry.com, Learning Center (http://www.ancestry.com/learn/library/article.aspx?article=8265); accessed at Elizabeth Shown Mills, Historic Pathways. http://www.HistoricPathways.com : [access date].

 

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    Mills “Interpreting the Tick Marks on Federal Censuses,” [specific para.].

 

 

How to cite "Census Tick Marks Revisited"

 

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Mills, Elizabeth Shown. “Census Tick Marks and Codes—Revisited,” Ancestry Daily News, 20 December 2004. Archived at Ancestry.com, Learning Center. http://www.ancestry.com/learn/library/article.aspx?article=9465. Accessed at Elizabeth Shown Mills, Historic Pathways. http://www.HistoricPathways.com : [access date].

 

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    Elizabeth Shown Mills, “Census Tick Marks and Codes—Revisited,” Ancestry Daily News, 20 December 2004, [add specific para. no.]; archived at Ancestry.com, Learning Center (http://www.ancestry.com/learn/library/article.aspx?article=9465); accessed at Elizabeth Shown Mills, Historic Pathways (http://www.HistoricPathways.com : [access date]).

 

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    Mills “Census Tick Marks and Codes—Revisited,” [specific para.].

 

How to cite "Census Tick Marks and Codes"

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Mills, Elizabeth Shown. “Census Tick Marks and Codes—Revisited Yet Again!” Ancestry Daily News, 4 January 2005. Archived at Ancestry.com, Learning Center. http://www.ancestry.com/learn/library/article.aspx?article=9505. Accessed at Elizabeth Shown Mills, Historic Pathways. http://www.HistoricPathways.com : [access date].

 

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    Elizabeth Shown Mills, “Census Tick Marks and Codes—Revisited Yet Again!” Ancestry Daily News, 4 January 2005, [add specific para. no.]; archived at Ancestry.com, Learning Center (http://www.ancestry.com/learn/library/article.aspx?article=9505); accessed at Elizabeth Shown Mills, Historic Pathways (http://www.HistoricPathways.com : [access date]).

 

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    Mills “Census Tick Marks and Codes—Revisited Yet Again!” [specific para.].

 

How to cite "Keep My Hats Straight"

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Mills, Elizabeth Shown. “How Do I Keep My Hats Straight? (And Other Pithy Questions Raised by Professional Genealogists).” Association of Professional Genealogists Quarterly 19 (June 2004): 55–60. Digital image. Elizabeth Shown Mills, Historic Pathways. http://www.HistoricPathways.com : [access date].

 

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    Elizabeth Shown Mills, “How Do I Keep My Hats Straight? (And Other Pithy Questions Raised by Professional Genealogists),” Association of Professional Genealogists Quarterly 19 (June 2004): 55–60, specifically ___ [add specific page number]; digital image at Elizabeth Shown Mills, Historic Pathways (http://www.HistoricPathways.com : [access date]).

 

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    Mills, “How Do I Keep My Hats Straight?” [specific page].

 

How to cite "Template for Evidence"

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Mills, Elizabeth Shown. A Template for Evaluating Evidence.” Genealogical Computing 23 (April-June 2004): 1114. Digital image. Historic Pathways. http://www.HistoricPathways.com : [access date].

 

 

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    Elizabeth Shown Mills, A Template for Evaluating Evidence,” Genealogical Computing 23 (April-June 2004), 11–14, specifically ___ [add specific page number]; digital image at Elizabeth Shown Mills, Historic Pathways (http://www.HistoricPathways.com : [access date]).

 

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    Mills, “A Template for Evaluating Evidence,” [specific page].

 

How to cite "What’s Your Citation Style?"

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Mills, Elizabeth Shown. “What’s Your Citation Style? Professionalism Means Common Standards.” Association of Professional Genealogists Quarterly 22 (December 2007): 169–72. Digital image. Elizabeth Shown Mills, Historic Pathways. http://www.HistoricPathways.com : [access date].

 

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    Elizabeth Shown Mills, “What’s Your Citation Style? Professionalism Means Common Standards,” Association of Professional Genealogists Quarterly 22 (December 2007): 169–72, specifically ___ [add specific page number]; digital image at Elizabeth Shown Mills, Historic Pathways (http://www.HistoricPathways.com : [access date]).

 

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    Mills, “What’s Your Citation Style?” [specific page].

 

 

How to cite "The Kinship Maze"

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Mills, Elizabeth Shown. “The Kinship Maze: Navigating It with Professional Precision.” Association of Professional Genealogists Quarterly 20 (June 2005): 61–70. Digital image. Elizabeth Shown Mills, Historic Pathways. http://www.HistoricPathways.com : [access date].

 

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    Elizabeth Shown Mills, “The Kinship Maze: Navigating It with Professional Precision,” Association of Professional Genealogists Quarterly 20 (June 2005): 61–70, specifically ___[add specific page number]; digital image at Elizabeth Shown Mills, Historic Pathways (http://www.HistoricPathways.com : [access date]).

 

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    Mills, “The Kinship Maze,” [specific page].

 

How to cite "Breathing Life"

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Mills, Elizabeth Shown. “Breathing Life into Shadowy Women from the Past.” Solander: The Magazine of the Historical Novel Society 9 (November 2005): 21–24. Digital image. Elizabeth Shown Mills, Historic Pathways. http://www.HistoricPathways.com : [access date].    

 

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    Elizabeth Shown Mills,  “Breathing Life into Shadowy Women from the Past,” Solander: The Magazine of the Historical Novel Society 9 (November 2005): 21–24, specifically ___ [add specific page number]; digital image at Elizabeth Shown Mills, Historic Pathways (http://www.HistoricPathways.com : [access date]).

 

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    Mills, “Breathing Life into Shadowy Women from the Past,” [specific page].

 

How to cite "Spanish Records"

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Mills, Elizabeth Shown. “Spanish Records: Locating Anglo and Latin Ancestry in the Colonial Southeast.” National Genealogical Society Quarterly 73 (December 1985): 243–61. Digital image. Elizabeth Shown Mills, Historic Pathways. http://www.HistoricPathways.com : [access date].

 

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    Elizabeth Shown Mills, “Spanish Records: Locating Anglo and Latin Ancestry in the Colonial Southeast,” National Genealogical Society Quarterly 73 (December 1985): 243–61, specifically ___ [add specific page number]; digital image at Elizabeth Shown Mills, Historic Pathways (http://www.HistoricPathways.com : [access date]).

 

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    Mills, “Spanish Records: Locating Anglo and Latin Ancestry in the Colonial Southeast,” [specific page].

 

How to cite "Great American Novel"

 

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Mills, Elizabeth Shown. “The Great American Novel—Starring ... Your Own Family!” New England Ancestors 6 (Fall 2005): 35–37, 41. Digital image. Elizabeth Shown Mills, Historic Pathways. http://www.HistoricPathways.com : [access date].

 

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    Elizabeth Shown Mills, “The Great American Novel—Starring ... Your Own Family!” New England Ancestors 6 (Fall 2005): 35–37 and 41, specifically ___[add specific page number]; digital image at Elizabeth Shown Mills, Historic Pathways (http://www.HistoricPathways.com : [access date]).

 

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    Mills, “The Great American Novel—Starring ... Your Own Family!” [specific page].

 

How to cite "Sémère"

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Mills, Elizabeth Shown. “Stanville ‘Estinville’ Sémère, aka Stanville Simmons (Hunt Oil Co. vs. Clovis Julien Jr. et al., No. 52-2606, 2d Judicial District, Plaquemines Parish, Louisiana).” Research report to Trapolin Law Firm, 26 February 2008. Digital image. Elizabeth Shown Mills, Historic Pathways. http://www.HistoricPathways.com : [access date].

 

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    Elizabeth Shown Mills, “Stanville ‘Estinville’ Sémère, aka Stanville Simmons (Hunt Oil Co. vs. Clovis Julien Jr. et al., No. 52-2606, 2d Judicial District, Plaquemines Parish, Louisiana),” research report to Trapolin Law Firm, 26 February 2008, [add specific page number or attachment ID & page no.]; digital image, Elizabeth Shown Mills, Historic Pathways (http://www.HistoricPathways.com : [access date]).

 

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    Mills, “Stanville ‘Estinville’ Sémère, aka Stanville Simmons,” [add specific page number or attachment ID & page no.].

 

How to cite "William Cooksey: Research Notes"

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Mills, Elizabeth Shown. “William Cooksey (ca. 1745–1829): Research Notes.” MS. 30 January 2014. Elizabeth Shown Mills, Historic Pathways. http://www.HistoricPathways.com : [access date].

 

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    Elizabeth Shown Mills, “William Cooksey (ca. 1745–1829): Research Notes,” MS, 30 January 2014, [specific page number]; archived at Elizabeth Shown Mills, Historic Pathways (http://www.HistoricPathways.com : [access date]),  [specific page number].

 

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    Mills, “William Cooksey (ca. 1745–1829): Research Notes,” [specific page number].

 

How to cite “Cookseys in Tattnall County, Georgia, Loose Papers”

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Mills, Elizabeth Shown. “Cookseys in Tattnall County, Georgia, Loose Papers.” Report to file, 15 December 2008. Elizabeth Shown Mills, Historic Pathways. http://www.HistoricPathways.com : [access date].

 

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    Elizabeth Shown Mills, “Cookseys in Tattnall County, Georgia, Loose Papers,” report to file, 15 December 2008, [specific page number]; archived at Elizabeth Shown Mills, Historic Pathways (http://www.HistoricPathways.com : [access date]).

 

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    Mills, “Cookseys in Tattnall County, Georgia, Loose Papers,” report, 15 December 2008 [specific page number].

 

How to cite “Cooksey & Associated Families: Montgomery and Tattnall”

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Mills, Elizabeth Shown. “Cooksey & Associated Families: Montgomery and Tattnall Counties, Georgia.” Report to Cooksey Research Group, 30 June 2009. Elizabeth Shown Mills, Historic Pathways. http://www.HistoricPathways.com : [access date].

 

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    Elizabeth Shown Mills, “Cooksey & Associated Families: Montgomery and Tattnall Counties, Georgia,” report to Cooksey Research Group, 30 June 2009, [specific page number]; archived at Elizabeth Shown Mills, Historic Pathways (http://www.HistoricPathways.com : [access date]).

 

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    Mills, “Cooksey & Associated Families: Montgomery and Tattnall Counties, Georgia,” report, 30 June 2009 [specific page number].

 

How to cite “Possibility to Pursue”

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Mills, Elizabeth Shown. “Possibility to Pursue: Were John & Judith [—?—] Watts the Parents of Zilpha [—?—] Price Cooksey?” Report to file, 19 September 2010. Elizabeth Shown Mills, Historic Pathways. http://www.HistoricPathways.com : [access date].

 

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    Elizabeth Shown Mills, “Possibility to Pursue: Were John & Judith [—?—] Watts the Parents of Zilpha [—?—] Price Cooksey?” report to file, 19 September 2010, [specific page number]; archived at Elizabeth Shown Mills, Historic Pathways (http://www.HistoricPathways.com : [access date].

 

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    Mills, “Possibility to Pursue: Were John & Judith [—?—] Watts the Parents of Zilpha [—?—] Price Cooksey?” report, 19 September 2010 [specific page number].

 

How to cite “Zilpha & William Cooksey and Associates: Laurens County, Georgia”

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Mills, Elizabeth Shown. “Zilpha & William Cooksey and Associates: Laurens County, Georgia.” Report to file, 5 November 2010. Elizabeth Shown Mills, Historic Pathways. http://www.HistoricPathways.com : [access date].

 

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    Elizabeth Shown Mills, “Zilpha & William Cooksey and Associates: Laurens County, Georgia,” report to file, 5 November 2010, [specific page number]; archived at Elizabeth Shown Mills, Historic Pathways (http://www.HistoricPathways.com : [access date].

 

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    Mills, “Zilpha & William Cooksey and Associates: Laurens County, Georgia,” report, 5 November 2010 [specific page number].

 

How to cite “Cooksey Associates: Montgomery County, Georgia”

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Mills, Elizabeth Shown. “Cooksey Associates: Montgomery County, Georgia: Preliminary Nutshells.” Report to file, 15 November 2010. Elizabeth Shown Mills, Historic Pathways. http://www.HistoricPathways.com : [access date].

 

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    Elizabeth Shown Mills, “Cooksey Associates: Montgomery County, Georgia: Preliminary Nutshells,” report to file, 15 November 2010, [specific page number]; archived at Elizabeth Shown Mills, Historic Pathways (http://www.HistoricPathways.com : [access date].

 

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    Mills, “Cooksey Associates: Montgomery County, Georgia: Preliminary Nutshells,” report, 15 November 2010 [specific page number].

 

How to cite “Cooksey Associates: Tattnall County, Georgia: Preliminary Nutshells”

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Mills, Elizabeth Shown. “Cooksey Associates: Tattnall County, Georgia: Preliminary Nutshells.” Report to file, 3 January 2011. Elizabeth Shown Mills, Historic Pathways. http://www.HistoricPathways.com : [access date].

 

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    Elizabeth Shown Mills, “Cooksey Associates: Tattnall County, Georgia: Preliminary Nutshells,” report to file, 3 January 2011, [specific page number]; archived at Elizabeth Shown Mills, Historic Pathways (http://www.HistoricPathways.com : [access date].

 

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    Mills, “Cooksey Associates: Tattnall County, Georgia: Preliminary Nutshells,” report, 3 January 2011 [specific page number].

 

How to cite “Cooksey and Allied Families: Tax Data””

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Mills, Elizabeth Shown. “Cooksey & Allied Families: Tax Data—Montgomery and Tattnall Counties, Georgia, 1798–1820.” Report to file, 3 January 2011. Elizabeth Shown Mills, Historic Pathways. http://www.HistoricPathways.com : [access date].

 

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    Elizabeth Shown Mills, “Cooksey & Allied Families: Tax Data—Montgomery and Tattnall Counties, Georgia, 1798–1820,” report to file, 3 January 2011, [specific page number]; archived at Elizabeth Shown Mills, Historic Pathways (http://www.HistoricPathways.com : [access date].

 

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    Mills, “Cooksey & Allied Families: Tax Data—Montgomery and Tattnall Counties, Georgia, 1798–1820,” report, 3 January 2011 [specific page number].

 

How to cite "Shadrock Odom"

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Mills, Elizabeth Shown. “Shadrack Odom: Research Notes” MS. 1 August 2013. Elizabeth Shown Mills, Historic Pathways. http://www.HistoricPathways.com : [access date].

 

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    Elizabeth Shown Mills, “Shadrack Odom (ca. 1819–aft. 1861): Research Notes,” MS, 1 August 2013, [specific page number]; archived at Elizabeth Shown Mills, Historic Pathways (http://www.HistoricPathways.com : [access date]),  [specific page number].

 

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    Mills, “Shadrack Odom (ca. 1819–aft. 1861): Research Notes,” [specific page number].

 

How to cite "William Odom"

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Mills, Elizabeth Shown. “William Odom (ca. 1786-87–aft. 1870): Research Notes.” MS. 26 January 2014. Elizabeth Shown Mills. Historic Pathways. http://www.HistoricPathways.com : [access date].

 

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    Elizabeth Shown Mills, William Odom (ca. 1786-87–aft. 1870): Research Notes.” MS, 26 January 2014, [specific page number]; archived at Elizabeth Shown Mills, Historic Pathways (http://www.HistoricPathways.com : [access date]),  [specific page number].

 

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    Mills, “William Odom (ca. 1786-87–aft. 1870): Research Notes.” 26 January 2014, [specific page number].

 

How to cite "Millie (Breland) Odom"

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Mills, Elizabeth Shown. “Millie (Breland) Odom Cook’s First Husband: A Preliminary Analysis.” Report. 11 January 2005. Elizabeth Shown Mills. Historic Pathways. http://www.HistoricPathways.com : [access date].

 

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    Elizabeth Shown Mills, “Millie (Breland) Odom Cook’s First Husband: A Preliminary Analysis.” report to file, 11 January 2005, [specific page number]; archived at Elizabeth Shown Mills, Historic Pathways (http://www.HistoricPathways.com : [access date]).

 

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    Mills, “Millie (Breland) Odom Cook’s First Husband: A Preliminary Analysis.” report, 11 January 2005, [specific page number].

 

How to cite "Essential Research Reports"

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Mills, Elizabeth Shown. “Essential Research Reports: 3 Samples.” Historic Pathways. http://www.HistoricPathways.com : [access date].

 

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    Elizabeth Shown Mills, “Essential Research Reports: 3 Samples.” Historic Pathways (http://www.HistoricPathways.com : [access date]).

 

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    Mills, “Essential Research Reports: 3 Samples.”

 

How to cite "Samuel Witter ... Record Analysis"

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Mills, Elizabeth Shown. “Samuel Witter, 17th U.S. Infantry, War of 1812, Enlistment Record: An Analysis.” Report to Witter Research Group. 15 December 2011. Archived on line. Elizabeth Shown Mills. Historic Pathways. http://www.HistoricPathways.com : [access date].

 

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    Elizabeth Shown Mills, “Samuel Witter, 17th U.S. Infantry, War of 1812, Enlistment Record: An Analysis.” report to Witter Research Group, 15 December 2011, [specific page number]; archived at Elizabeth Shown Mills, Historic Pathways (http://www.HistoricPathways.com : [access date]).

 

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    Mills, “Samuel Witter, 17th U.S. Infantry, War of 1812, Enlistment Record: An Analysis.” report, 15 December 2011 [specific page number].

 

How to cite "Witter ... Research Report"

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Mills, Elizabeth Shown. “Samuel Witter (1787–1876) and the War of 1812.” Report to Witter Research Group, 15 January 2012. Archived on line. Elizabeth Shown Mills. Historic Pathways. http://www.HistoricPathways.com : [access date].

 

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    Elizabeth Shown Mills, “Samuel Witter (1787–1876) and the War of 1812.” report to Witter Research Group, 15 January 2012, [specific page number]; archived at Elizabeth Shown Mills, Historic Pathways (http://www.HistoricPathways.com : [access date]).

 

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    Mills, “Samuel Witter (1787–1876) and the War of 1812.” 5 January 2012, [specific page number].

 

How to cite "Samuel Witter: (Cumulative) Research Notes"

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Mills, Elizabeth Shown. “Samuel Witter (1787–1876): Research Notes.” MS. 5 December 2013. Archived on line. Elizabeth Shown Mills. Historic Pathways. http://www.HistoricPathways.com : [access date].

 

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    Elizabeth Shown Mills, “Samuel Witter (1787–1876): Research Notes.” MS, 5 December 2013, [specific page number]; archived at Elizabeth Shown Mills, Historic Pathways (http://www.HistoricPathways.com : [access date]).

 

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    Mills, “Samuel Witter (1787–1876): Research Notes.” 5 December 2013, [specific page number].

 

How to cite "Jeannot Mulon"

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Mills, Elizabeth Shown. “Jeannot Mulon dit LaBrun, f.m.c., Colonial Natchitoches, Louisiana.” Research report to “Private.” 8 December 2005. Digital image. Elizabeth Shown Mills, Historic Pathways. http://www.HistoricPathways.com : [access date].

 

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    Elizabeth Shown Mills, “Jeannot Mulon dit LaBrun, f.m.c., Colonial Natchitoches, Louisiana,” research report to “Private,” 8 December 2005, [specific page]; digital image, Elizabeth Shown Mills, Historic Pathways (http://www.HistoricPathways.com : [access date]),  [specific page].

 

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    Mills, “Jeannot Mulon dit LaBrun, f.m.c., Colonial Natchitoches, Louisiana,” [specific page].

 

How to cite "Maternal Ancestry"

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Mills, Elizabeth Shown. “Maternal Ancestry of Marie Hyacinthe Gagné, Wife of James (a.k.a. Jacques & Jacob) Wallace.” Research report to Jim Byram. 5 April 2005. Digital image. Historic Pathways. http://www.HistoricPathways.com : [access date].

 

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    Elizabeth Shown Mills, “Maternal Ancestry of Marie Hyacinthe Gagné, Wife of James (a.k.a. Jacques & Jacob) Wallace,” research report to Jim Byram, 5 April 2005, [specific page]; digital image, Elizabeth Shown Mills, Historic Pathways (http://www.HistoricPathways.com : [access date]),  [specific page].

 

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    Mills, “Maternal Ancestry of Marie Hyacinthe Gagné,” [specific page].

 

How to cite “Jane’s Offsprings: Scots-Irish Boyds”

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Mills, Elizabeth Shown. “Jane’s Offsprings: Scots-Irish Boyds” MS. 27 January 2014. Elizabeth Shown Mills, Historic Pathways. http://www.HistoricPathways.com : [access date].

 

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    Elizabeth Shown Mills, “Jane’s Offsprings: Scots-Irish Boyds” MS. 27 January 2014, [specific page number]; archived at Elizabeth Shown Mills, Historic Pathways (http://www.HistoricPathways.com : [access date].

 

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    Mills, “Jane’s Offsprings: Scots-Irish Boyds,” [specific page number].