Jane Wilcox shares about a program this Wednesday regarding the soon-to-be published NGS book Genetic Genealogy in Practice.
Genetic Genealogy in Practice with Blaine Bettinger and Debbie Parker Wayne
Genetic genealogy educators and bloggers Blaine T. Bettinger, Ph.D., JD, and Debbie Parker Wayne, CG, CGL, authors of the new NGS book Genetic Genealogy in Practice, join host Jane E. Wilcox on The Forget-Me-Not Hour podcast on Wednesday, August 17 to talk about the book. Find out the scope of the book, what was not included, and how we can apply the contents of the book to our genealogy research. Blaine and Debbie will also discuss whether DNA testing is a necessary tool in all of our genealogy research now -- for all those cases in which DNA testing can be applied.
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Editor’s Note: Past Upfront with NGS posts about the Forget-Me-Not Hour blogtalkradio program can be found here and here.
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