A broken tree : how DNA exposed a family's secrets / Stephen F. Anderson.
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- ISBN: 9781538127421
- ISBN: 1538127423
- Physical Description: viii, 159 pages ; 23 cm
- Publisher: Lanham : Rowman & Littlefield, 
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My family -- The stories -- Creating the standard -- Surprise! Dealing with the results -- Finding the answers in Chicago -- Adding clarity to the picture -- Questions and answers -- Where to from here?
"In an effort to discover the truth about his family, the author uses DNA testing and interviews to learn the real story behind his paternity and that of his eight brothers and sisters. What the DNA reveals, and how the author and siblings handle it, serves as a lesson to anyone undertaking ancestry research"-- Provided by publisher.
Stephen Anderson retired in 2016 after working 26 years for FamilySearch, International, one of the largest online family history sites in the world. His has published a collection of oral histories from many of the long-time residents in his community. He gives presentations and has appeared on the syndicated radio show and podcast, Extreme Genes, hosted by Scott Fisher. He currently lives in Lindon, Utah and continues to work gathering stories from a wide audience of people he finds fascinating.
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