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Book on DNA and Social Networking
« on: Saturday 17 December 11 15:19 GMT (UK) »
Rootschat members who are interested in the use of DNA testing and social networking for genealogy purposes might be interested in my new book which has been published by the History Press. It is entitled DNA and Social Networking: A Guide to Genealogy in the Twenty-First Century. The contents are as follows:

Foreword by Chris Pomery

Part I: The genetic genealogy revolution
Chapter 1 The basic principles
Chapter 2 Surnames and the paternal line
Chapter 3 Before surnames: haplogroups and deep ancestry
Chapter 4 The maternal line: mitochondrial DNA tests
Chapter 5 Cousins reunited: autosomal DNA tests
Chapter 6 Setting up and running a DNA project

Part II: The social networking revolution
Chapter 7 Traditional genealogical networking methods
Chapter 8 Genealogy social networking websites
Chapter 9 General social networking websites
Chapter 10 Blogs
Chapter 11 Wikis
Chapter 12 Multimedia
Chapter 13 Collaborative tools

Appendix A DNA websites
Appendix B Testing companies
Appendix C DNA projects

The book is also available as a Kindle edition.

Further information can be found on my blog:

Debbie Kennett
Researching: Ayshford, Berryman, Bodger, Boundy, Cruse, Cruwys, Dillon, Faithfull, Kennett, Keynes, Ratty, Tidbury, Trask, Westcott, Wiggins, Woolfenden.

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