Talk:World Archives Project: U.S., 1928 Baker Roll and Records, Eastern Cherokee Enrolling Commission, 1924-1929
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I just tried this project as it seems very interesting. On the first image set that I downloaded the first four images were "additional application pages" but the fifth image was a letter from the commission rejecting the applicaton. How should this image be classified.
A: Key as "Cover Page, Section Header, etc". --Katerimmer 18:09, 1 September 2012 (UTC)
Q: If it is not clear where the residence is because the records states, "lived in county ABC for 5 years and county DEF for 2 years". what should we key?
- A: In cases where there are multiple residence locations listed enter the last residence in the list.
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<span style="color: orange;"</span>It took me a long time to find one answer that I had about the Baker Roll Appendix pages that I have seen. They only have a 2 column list of names with an ID only. These are supposed to be marked as 'Image with no Data'. Hope this helps others when these forms are seen.