Mind Maps for Genealogy

9 Jan

Presenter Ron Arons at the APG PMC did a good talk about Mind Maps for Genealogy. Mind Maps are a way for graphically displaying elements (names, places, document, etc.) of your research that may be difficult to know what steps to take next. What difficult genealogy questions are you tackling?

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