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Ethnicity Testing: Why Is My Indian Princess Wearing a Kilt?

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Presented by Pikes Peak Genealogical Society at PPLD - Penrose Library, Colorado Springs CO

Nov 21 2019
Ethnicity Testing: Why Is My Indian Princess Wearing a Kilt? presented by Pikes Peak Genealogical Society at PPLD - Penrose Library, Colorado Springs CO

Learn what your DNA test’s ethnicity results mean for you and your genealogical research.

Pikes Peak Genealogical Society presentation by Dr. Greg Liverman will include:
  • A brief DNA for refresher
  • Our paleolithic kin: Neanderthals and Denisovans
  • Migration patterns of our ancient ancestors using Y-DNA, mtDNA, and atDNA
  • Interpreting “ethnicity” reports – what is ethnicity?
  • What do atDNA biogeographical admixture (“ethnicity”) reports tell us?
  • Why is the report different from what I was told by me family? How does atDNA recombination effect the results?
  • Which companies report is right?
  • If time is available: Walk through of AncestryDNA, 23andMe, and LivingDNA

Experience level: Beginner, but some knowledge of and experience with DNA testing is good.

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Free

Registration is required: greg.liverman@live.com

Email: greg.liverman@live.com

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PPLD - Penrose Library

20 N. Cascade Ave., Colorado Springs, CO 80903

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