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Feb 26, 2020

Your DNA Guide - the Book

You don't have to learn everything about genetic genealogy before asking (and answering!) specific DNA questions.That’s the premise of Your DNA Guide -the Book, a unique new approach to learning genetic genealogy. Instead of learning more-than-you-need-to-know in textbook style, you’ll choose a specific DNA question and start exploring it right away. Follow concrete step-by-step plans, learning important DNA concepts--in plain English—as you go. As you proceed, you will check your progress and be guided based on your specific results at each stage. This powerful, hands-on approach is based on the author’s 20 years of experience in the genetic genealogy industry, including five years of one-on-one client mentoring.Your DNA Guide -the Book is for anyone who has taken a DNA test or may want to. It helps genealogists reconstruct family trees. It helps adoptees identify biological relatives. It can help you identify a specific DNA match. In short, it helps anyone explore what their DNA—and their DNA matches—can tell them about their family.

Your DNA Guide - the Book

Jan 2, 2007

Finding Your Mexican Ancestors

Finding Your Mexican Ancestors is essential to any researcher looking to trace their heritage across the Rio Grande. In it, authors George and Peggy Ryskamp show how easy Mexican American research can be providing detailed descriptions of parish records, civil records, and other types of records common in Mexico.

Finding Your Mexican Ancestors

Jul 4, 1971

Project Gutenberg

Project Gutenberg was the first provider of free electronic books, or eBooks. Michael Hart, founder of Project Gutenberg, invented eBooks in 1971 and his memory continues to inspire the creation of eBooks and related content today.

Project Gutenberg

The travels of Van Rancler Wall Wolverton, in pdf

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