Archive | March 11, 2014

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Family Tree DNA Launches New Learning Center

If you’re interested in DNA research as it pertains to genealogy, Roberta’s website is worth the follow!

DNAeXplained - Genetic Genealogy

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Family Tree DNA has launched a new Learning Center.  Meant to be much more comprehensive and interactive than their previous FAQs, with everything available in one centralized place, the new Learning Center encompasses a blog, the former FAQs, Webinar information including currently scheduled and archived past Webinars available,  FTDNA’s Forum, a link to group projects, Users Guides, Group Administrator Guides and tools, a glossary, links to scientific papers and more.

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In fact, the site is so comprehensive that there is even a tutorial about how to utilize the Learning Center.

One of the best aspects of the Learning Center is that it’s fully searchable.  Just as a test, and because I’m a skeptic, I typed the word “heteroplasmy” into the search field.  This term, if you’re not familiar, is a relatively obscure term for mitochondrial DNA.  About 2% of the people who take a full sequence test will have a heteroplasmic mutation…

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NEW! “Atlantic Creole” Design

An Atlantic Creole can be defined many ways – of “mixed” race, mixed ethnicity, mixed blood…

Atlantic Creole
Atlantic Creole by CousinBelles
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Cousin Belle’s Food Themed Gifts On Zazzle

Lemons Puzzle
$30.95
Cherries Tile
$15.95
Lemons Tile
$15.95
Cherries
$23.95
Onions Aprons
$23.95
Apples Card
$3.45
Pears Cards
$3.45
Peaches Card
$3.45

THANK YOU To The Customer Who Bought My “Antique Typewriter” Post Card

THANK YOU!

I took this photo at Patterson’s Mill Country Store in Chapel Hill, North Carolina. It’s set up like an 1870’s country store. They have a pharmacy museum, of sorts, and you wouldn’t believe the antiques from the 1800’s and early 1900’s! This old Remington typewriter was used to type pharmacy labels – it provided a very important task!