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Virtual Meetings are a way for you to learn more about genealogy from The National Institute for Genealogical Studies' instructors. Everyone is welcome and the meetings are FREE. Details can be found on our BLOG. Check our GenealogyWise Groups as…Continue
As it is now well known, I2a1 is a typical European haplogroup. It is present all over the continent with maximum frequencies recorded in Bosnia (particularly among Bosnian Croats), Sardinia, Croatia, Serbia (+30%), Montenegro, Romania, Moldova, Bulgaria, and Macedonia (+20%). The percentages of I2a1a2b-L621 clade in Slovenia, Ukraine, and Russia available on the Internet should be taken with caution because they are definitely smaller: up to 13% in Slovenia, 16% in Ukraine, and…Continue
Posted by Željko Musović on August 1, 2020 at 11:00am
How many of us really know our American History. ??? Amazed at how the Genealogical Community is shy of historical information on tracking down the missing pieces. OOO no not everyone, but we need to get the word out that our history is very important to our research and survival.
Younger generations than mine were not given even as much as I was in the 50's regarding our true history and how things began and what was planned and alas…Continue