Nearly a decade ago I wrote about the use of travelogue-style organization in genealogical writing. My point-of-view was that genealogical writing should be document-centered. I wrote that a travelogue is only reasonable for a report about negative research findings and then only if it is structured around the types of documents which were sought.
 Barbara Jean Mathews, CG, “Reporting on a Brick Wall: the Genealogical Travelogue” Association of Professional Genealogists Quarterly, 27 (December 2002):129-132.
 Barbara Fay Boudreau, “Searching for William Andrew Fay,” The
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