DNA: I've Tested, Now What?, 6 Lessons

DNA: I've Tested, Now What? Introduction

You've taken the DNA test. Now what do you do? Come learn how to use your DNA results to help you find answers to your genealogy research questions. This class will cover cousin matches, adoptions, and brick wall research.
Language: English

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