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Are there examples of the use of  > in EE 3rd edition?  I have the book, not the PDF version.

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Newonash, given that you are inquiring about >, rather than < >, I am assuming that you are referring to the use of the greater-than symbol, rather than to the use of angle brackets. 

All editions of EE have used the greater-than symbol in online citations that use path  (aka waypoints) rather than an exact URL. The first edition had only one or two examples. The third edition has considerably more, given that this practice has become more and more feasible for materials such as the images of state and local government records that are now so abundantly available at FamilySearch.

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