Book: Guide to DNA Testing - How to Identify Ancestors, Confirm Relationships, and Measure Ethnic Ancestry through DNA Testing by Richard Hillcategories: Book, Genetic Genealogy, Ethnicity, Ancestry, Adoption, Family Tree, Lost Family, DNA Answers, DNA Learning, DNA Education, DNA Test Types, DNA Testing
Richard Hillabout this book: Richard Hill's "Guide to DNA Testing" is a concise, easy-to-understand introduction to genetic genealogy. These are the at-home DNA tests that are helping genealogists trace family trees and reuniting adoptees and others with lost biological family members. These tests also break down your ethnic ancestry into different regions of the world.
Richard writes from personal experience. He was the first known case of an adoptee discovering his birth family through genetic genealogy DNA tests.
Whether you're curious about your ethnicity, searching for lost relatives or just working to extend and confirm your family tree, this Guide is the perfect place to learn the basics.
While there are many excellent DNA tests that can help you, there are others that will only waste your money. This guide explains the different test types and directs you to the most worthwhile tests that the author himself has used.
This book is ONLY available as a Kindle eBook. That's because much of the value comes from the dozens of links to recommended DNA tests, more comprehensive books you may want later, and innovative third-party sites that can help you get the most out of your results for the least amount of effort.
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