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Collins Spafford

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Collins' Spafford

This space is designed to provide a standard citation for George Knapp Collins' 1902 book regarding the history of Spafford. There are several editions, including a separate Part II (mortuary notes) published independently. For the citations below, the complete two-part book released in 1902 is referenced. If you are using a different reprint, please adjust accordingly. However, it is recommended that this space be referenced, even if you use a citation, so that all profiles which use Collins' original information can be viewed from here.

To use the citation as shown below, simply copy and paste the sample below into your sources as needed, including the tags. Use the Source example for your primary source, and the Inline Citation to reference to the same source again if you are referencing a different section of the book. Please make sure you replace question marks appropriately, and don't forget your <ref> and </ref> tags as neccessary!

Experienced WikiTree Users: Please feel free to add additional versions here as you see fit. Just please remember to create an additional inline citation, and revise the span tags (Ex. COLSPAF2, COLSPAF3, etc.) for each additional source.

Collins, G. K. (1902). Spafford, Onondaga County, New York. United States: Onondaga Historical Association.

Note: I have not actually used this original publication. If this citation is in error, please contact me... MJT

  • Source Citation: copy below and paste as you would a normal reference.
<span id='COLSPAF1'></span>Collins, G. K. (1902). ''[[Space:Collins Spafford|Spafford, Onondaga County, New York.]]'' United States: Onondaga Historical Association. Part ?, Page ???
  • Inline Citation: copy below and paste inline to refer to the above source when needed to refer to a different section.
<ref>[[#COLSPAF1|Collins]], Part ? Page ???</ref>

Collins, G. K. (1917). Spafford, Onondaga County, New York. United States: Dehler Press. (Original work published 1902)

Note: Part 1 (the history) has 112 numbered pages and ends on the 162nd page of the PDF. Part 2 (Mortuary Records and Genealogical Records) has 280 numbered pages and starts on the 163rd page of the PDF. Be sure to include the correct part number if citing this PDF.

  • Source Citation: copy below and paste as you would a normal reference.
<span id='COLSPAF2'></span>Collins, G. K. (1917). ''[[Space:Collins Spafford|Spafford, Onondaga County, New York.]]'' United States: Dehler Press. (Original work published 1902) Part ? Page ???
  • Inline Citation: copy below and paste inline to refer to the above source when needed to refer to a different section.
<ref>[[#COLSPAF2|Collins]], Part ? Page ???</ref>
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Collins, G. K. (1992). Spafford, Onondaga County, New York. United States: Pipe Creek Publications. (Original work published 1902)

Note: This is actually Part 2: Mortuary Records and Genealogical Notes. Numbered pages will not correspond at al with COLSPAF1 or COLSPAF2.

  • Source Citation: copy below and paste as you would a normal reference.
<span id='COLSPAF3'></span>Collins, G. K. (1992). ''[[Space:Collins Spafford|Spafford, Onondaga County, New York.]]'' United States: Pipe Creek Publications. (Original work published 1902) Page ???
  • Inline Citation: copy below and paste inline to refer to the above source when needed to refer to a different section.
<ref>[[#COLSPAF3|Collins]], Page ???</ref>
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