This biography of esteemed United States Attorney General and United States Supreme Court Justice James Clark McReynolds is now available in both print and e-book format on Amazon.
Author: Ann McReynolds Bush
Editor and Publisher: Cornelia Wendell Bush
Are you ready to publish a book?
Cornelia graduated from the prestigious Book Publishing Institute of New York University, learned desktop publishing while the Editor-In-Chief of the campus newspaper at her graduate business school, and combines her knowledge of history, genealogy and publishing to produce books in both print format and e-book format.
We honor our ancestors by our deeds. Proud of your heritage? Publish a record of your family.
Genealogists are generally not required by law to be licensed or certified. However, they can receive credentials from several organizations. Each organization sets its own criteria for granting credentials. The reference section at the end of this guide includes two major organizations that grant credentials and offer arbitration if problems arise.
You should also consider other criteria as you make your hiring decision. Most genealogists are self-taught, and many competent genealogists do not seek credentials. Years of education, research experience, and satisfactory service to clients may be just as important as credentials.
Page 2 of 2