Monthly Archives: September 2013

Spencer Wells – DNA LiveChat – September 13th

Mark your calendar now!  This upcoming Friday the 13th holds a bit of good luck. National Geographic is offering the opportunity for people interested in the field of genetics to ask questions directly to The Genographic Project and Spencer Wells in a live Twitter … Continue reading

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1731 – Tuscarora Raiding South Carolina Indians

Instructions to William Waties concerning the relationship between North Carolina and South Carolina and Native Americans Johnson, Robert, 1677-1735 April 10, 1731 Volume 11, Pages 23-25 ——————– page 23 ——————– [B. P. R. O. So: Carolina. B. T. Vol: 7. … Continue reading

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Gone Fishin’

What was I thinking when I said that I wanted to really focus on DNA and be able to make a significant contribution?  What was I thinking several years ago when I said that I really believed the genetic genealogy … Continue reading

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