Genealogy Knowledge Takes Time and Effort.
When I was five my mother became a genealogist. Typically, folks don’t start family history research with the title ‘genealogist’ but because of an experience she enjoyed, she skipped the ‘learner’ / ‘beginner’ stage and went right to the full-fledged ‘genealogist’ level in the course of one night.
I remember her spending a fairly significant portion of our monthly food budget on the old legal sized genealogy forms and the post type genealogy book covers the next day. It wasn’t a question of if she was going to spend the money but rather how quickly she could find the supplies she needed.
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