Just how is it possible that we share more than 98% of our DNA with the chimps but only 12.5% with our first cousins? How do genetic genealogists solve cases that have stumped law enforcement for years? How was that "King in the Car Park" actually identified? Learn the answers to these questions and many more at this delightful and informative session, designed for general audiences and genealogists alike.
Michelle Bray Wilson has been active in the genealogy community for more than a dozen years. She speaks throughout the Midwest, most frequently on genetic genealogy, French Canada, ancient ancestry, and creating family history books. She is a former president of CAGGNI, the Computer Assisted Genealogy Group of Northern Illinois, and served many years as Registrar at a local DAR chapter.
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