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#1 ThirtyOhSix



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Posted 18 February 2019 - 10:28 PM

I have been working hard to make some serious changes in my genealogy work. One of the biggest is the adoption of the Evidenced Explained Style of Citations.

I want to have all my U.S. census citations and Bibliographies look like what is described and shown here but for U.S. not Canada. What template short of making my own gets me closest to this? https://www.evidence...QCsample254.pdf

In short I the following:

Source List Entry:
[State]. [County]. [Year] U.S. census, population schedule. Digital images. [Web page title]. [URL] : [year accessed].

Missouri. St. Louis City. 1920 U.S. census, population schedule. Digital images. Ancestry.com. http://www.ancestry.com : 2011.

[Year] U.S. census, [County name] County, [State], population schedule, [Civil Division (ward, township, town or city)], enumeration district (ED) [number], sheet [number] (stamped, [number] handwritten], dwelling [number], family [number], [Person or persons]; digital image, [Web page title] ([URL] : accessed [date]); citing NARA microfilm publication [number or letter], roll [number].

1920 U.S. census, St. Louis city, Missouri, population schedule, ward 3, enumeration district (ED) 51, sheet 5A (handwritten, 111 stamped), dwelling 70, family 106, John XYZ; digital image, Ancestry.com, (http://www.ancestry.com : accessed 24 September 2011); citing NARA microfilm publication T625, roll 948.

[Year] U.S. census, [County name] Co., [State abbreviated], pop. sch., [Civil Division], ED [number], sheet [number] (stamped, [number] handwritten], dwell. [number], fam. [number], p. [number], [Person or persons].

1920 U.S. census, St. Louis city, Mo., pop. sch., ward 3, (ED) 51, sheet 5A (handwritten, 111 stamped), dwell. 70, fam. 106, John XYZ.