DNA can be the key to breaking through many genealogical brick walls. But DNA can be a complicated genealogical source to use, and DNA research can pose special difficulties for Swedish researchers. This presentation will look at topics such as ethnicity estimates, endogamy, patronymics, and Swedish history. We will look at the differences among the big four genealogical DNA companies (Ancestry, MyHeritage, FamilyTreeDNA, and 23andMe) including an examination of some of the best DNA analysis tools.
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