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Monthly Archive for April, 2012

It was with great interest that I read an article that I spotted in the International Herald Tribune–an article from the global edition of the the New York Times–titled ‘Children of immigrants to U.S. reverse their parents’ journeys.’ It reminded me of a conversation I had with my own children a few years ago, expressing [...]

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Rodziny

Rodziny is the title of the quarterly magazine published by the Polish Genealogy Society of America. ‘Rodziny’ means ‘Our Family’ in Polish. This magazine is circulated to the members of the society and publishes articles and information that is informative about genealogy research, particularly as it applies to Polish ancestry.
Last year after my visit to [...]

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The Harappa Ancestry Project

Zack Ajmal is a self-described ‘genome blogger’. He believes that an interesting application of genetic testing is being able to infer ancestry. I agree! He has created a site called The Harappa Ancestry Project, which analyzes autosomal genetic data of participants of South Asian origin for the purpose of providing detailed ancestry information. The focus [...]

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Gypsy Boy on the Run

Mikey Walsh has his own Facebook page, advertising his books. Evidently, he has also written a book titled Gypsy Boy on the Run. I just ordered it through Amazon. I think he wrote this book prior to the book Gypsy Boy, so I am curious to see what additional information might be included.
My real reason [...]

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