Talk:World Archives Project: Georgia, Control Register of Convicts, 1817-1976

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On the pages where you can see the right page -- do not key information of the right page.
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On the pages where you know they are in the 1900's, key the 4-digit year (like when an automobile conviction is involved).
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== Common Keying Errors Found by Reviewers ==
== Common Keying Errors Found by Reviewers ==

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Feel free to add to or edit information in this discussion tab as necessary. Please take time to become familiar with the General Keying Standards and be sure to read all instructions on the main project page. (Please note that in case of a discrepancy, project level instructions always trump general keying standards.)

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When there are two dates, use the earliest date. -- Wiedwoman 18:39, 13 June 2013 (UTC)

Here is an example of an alias name. File:Georgiaalias.jpg --Katerimmer 16:43, 12 June 2013 (UTC)

On the pages where you can see the right page -- do not key information of the right page.


On the pages where you know they are in the 1900's, key the 4-digit year (like when an automobile conviction is involved).

Common Keying Errors Found by Reviewers


Questions and Answers

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A: I'm confused about keying the Dates when there's 2 sets (one above the other) .( CF -12 -6- 70 )Exa.What does the C F stand for?

A: convicted felony maybe. I'm not sure without seeing an example. -- Wiedwoman 21:12, 16 June 2013 (UTC)

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