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From: Charles <>
Subject: Re: [DNA] Re: E2 Germans <G> ... admixture
Date: Mon, 21 Jul 2003 21:49:25 -0400
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We are who we are. Genetics is only a small part of who we are. I again
strongly recommend that those interested in admixture between the early
settlers of American, and elsewhere, to consider reading this new book,
"Reflections of Our Past - How Human History is Revealed in Our Genes".
Mary, I think you would particularly enjoy reading the section about
African and European admixture in early America. It is a very easy read
and introduces the various sciences involved in understanding this in an
easily understood manner. Here is the link to more about the book at
Mary Harkey Russell wrote:
> Charles I don't doubt you for a minute. I can't argue with science. But
> with genealogy back to the 1500's all German, White I assume, that
> Ultimately of African origin was a long time ago.
> I think this is neat. <grin> Wait till I tell my brother !.
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: "Charles" <>
> > Mary,
> > The Y chromosome result speaks for itself. Obviously your direct male
> > ancestor was ultimately of African origin.
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