Interpreting your DNA results

Getting your DNA test results is exciting, but interpreting them can be confusing! Plan now to attend the April 11 class on “Interpreting your DNA results.”

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Write for The Septs

If you’re a member of Irish Genealogical Society Intl (IGSI), you receive the quarterly journal, The Septs, and you already know each issue has a specific theme. Themes for upcoming issues include:

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1000 Years

This posting isn’t just a travelogue; stick with me and there will be a segue to Irish genealogy.

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No Silver Bullet

We’ve been studying Bill’s upgraded FamilyTreeDNA results. Unfortunately we’ve found no “silver bullet.”

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DNA do’s and don’ts

I guess it may be DNA week for me. Dick Eastman’s blog recommended an excellent article by Melvin J. Collier. Entitled “20 Do’s and Don’ts of DNA,” Collier’s posting appeared in his ‘Roots Revealed’ blog.

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Pheasants in Ireland and South Dakota

My husband Bill and I are here in South Dakota for the opening of pheasant-hunting season so I probably won’t be thinking too much about genealogy or posting very often.

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DNA Testing for Genealogical Reasons

Are you thinking about DNA testing for genealogical reasons? Are you hoping DNA will help you find a new path through a dead end on your family tree?

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Save the Dates: IGSI Classes in May and June

Sorry about the confusion but there was a mixup in publicized dates for IGSI’s May 10 and June 14 classes. Here’s the actual schedule for those Irish Saturdays at the Minnesota Genealogical Society (MGS) library:

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DNA Evidence for DAR Applications

The National Society Daughters of the American Revolution (NSDAR) recently announced a decision by their National Board of Management allowing the submission of Y-DNA test results as part of a genealogical analysis of evidence.

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“Irish Saturday” and DNA Testing 101

“Irish Saturday” is approaching. The second Saturday of each month is special for Irish researchers visiting the Minnesota Genealogical Library.

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