Whether you've taken an atDNA test or not yet, this lecture by Maurice Gleeson helps you think more clearly about the results and how to analyze them.
The audio is a little fuzzy.
© 2015 Copyright, Christine Manczuk, All Rights Reserved.
"This makes for great viewing, but it’s a dishonest depiction of the actual (and critical) document, and that’s a problem. Although in this case Gates is not misrepresenting the information, he’s absolutely misrepresenting the original document. Doing that calls into question anything he and his producers do with primary source materials, and reflects very poorly on his commitment to accuracy.
Makes you wonder what else he’s shown on that series that’s not entirely real."
|Mom's phased Eurogenes K13|
|Mom's regular Eurogenes K13|
|Dad's regular Eurogenes K13|
|Dad's phased Eurogenes K13|
|My own Eurogenes K13|
|"Girls' playground, Harriet Island, St. Paul, Minn." c1905, Detroit Publishing Co.,from the Library of Congress|
The Cumberland Pond we see today is a remnant of a major industrial facility called Cumberland Iron Furnace. There had been a smaller-scale "bloomery forge" in the area since around 1785. Eagle Glass Works in Port Elizabeth was established in 1799. In 1810, Eli Budd created the power for his new complex - Cumberland Iron Furnace - by damming the Manumuskin, creating a pond twice larger than at present. Ore was brought to the furnace by wagon overland from Schooner Landing on the Menantico.
|And now for something completely different. Here's a "Sculpture of DNA, made out of shopping carts." Wikipedia - Source: from geograph.org.uk, Author: Keith Edkins.|
"...most ancestry.com DNA testers suffer severe shock on being presented with the no nonsense screens at GEDmatch."Haha, include me in that bunch. Truer words were never spoken!
|Polaroid, from my personal collection.|
"Died at his residence, in Hancock county, Geo., MR. JESSE WARREN, SEN., in the 79th year of his age. After spending forty-four years of his life in Dinwiddie county, Va., he moved to this State, and by industry and economy accumulated a handsome property. For the last twenty years of his life he was a member of the Methodist Episcopal Church. As an honest, upright, virtuous, benevolent man, he was surpassed by few; as a husband he was kind and affectionate; as a father tender and lenient; as a master, possessing command, yet his suavity of manners ensured obedience from his servants; and as a neighbor, his death was lamented by all--He has left an aged, affectionate companion with seven children, all of whom have for many years enjoyed his company and conversation, with a numerous acquaintance, to lament their irreparable loss--but he is gone! his eyes were closed to everything beneath the sun on Wednesday evening, the 10th inst., at about 5 o'clock, without the least appearance of dread. 'Let me die the death of the righteous, and let my last end be like his.'"