A research framework is a way of approaching your genealogy research so that you cover the basics and you don't miss something obvious. A good framework also sparks ideas for further research and more discoveries.
In this episode, Amy shares 3 ways of creating a framework (by different aspects of the ancestor's life; by record type; and by repository). The cool thing is that these frameworks can work together!
Amy goes more in-depth into the types of places you should explore, no matter where your research takes you... and why you should look at websites for certain organizations even if you don't plan on visiting there in person.
You can find the show notes with all of the sites mentioned in this episode at AmyJohnsonCrow.com/21