Early Scandinavia Project Reliable Sources

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See also: Early Scandinavia Resources and Sources

Before you start, please read
Norwegian Kings and Vikings - Do they belong in our Family Tree?

Not even church books and other old documents are always correct. It is good practice to try find several sources to confirm the correctness of the data. Do not hesitate to ask your project or in G2G if you have a source you can't find on these lists.

Reliable Sources

Reliable with conditions

  • Wikipedia and other Wiki's, including WikiTree are only as reliable as the sources they cite.

Unreliable Sources

  • User generated online trees like Geni, MyHeritage, Ancestry, FamilySearch, Rootsweb, Geneanet, etc. These kinds of sites can be used to find details that can lead to reliable sources. Some trees cite sources that can be used for your profiles when you have checked them out. Never use a user generated tree as source.
  • A generic or should never be used as source citations. Always cite the specific documents where you found the information.
  • Published books, articles and blogs that do not have sources listed.
  • See also Category:Frauds_and_Fabrications

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