First meeting of 2019: Advanced DNA research February 3rd
We hope to see you February 3rd for the first meeting of Our Genealogy Group of 2019. Our first meeting of the year is always on Super Bowl Sunday! But, no worries, we are always finished in plenty of time before the game starts. Our meeting starts at 3 and ends around 5pm. You don't want to miss the first meeting this year. Especially if you came to part 1 of our DNA class last year. Andi Criminger will come back to present part 2 of DNA chromosome logs. Now that you have written out your chromosome match logs, what do you do next? This meeting will be for those who have already written out your chromosome match logs. IF YOU ARE JUST BEGINNING YOUR DNA RESEARCH, YOU MAY NOT BE READY FOR THIS CLASS. Beginner questions will not be answered. Beginner DNA researchers are welcome to attend the class, but please note that this is the second part and beginner DNA will not be reviewed. If there is enough interest, we will have a second room next door with a class on Identifying Photographs for those who are not ready for part 2 of DNA research.
Angela graduated from Clayton State University in 2008 with a Bachelors of Arts with an interest in Archiving. During her undergraduate years, Angela spent two semesters as an Archives' Intern and is responsible for the organization structure of the University Relations Photograph Collection.
Angela's passion is researching and collecting old photographs from 1845 to about 1920. Angela has presented programs to Our Genealogy Group on Using Google Earth in Genealogy, Stories in Stones, Identifying and Preserving Photos, Court Records and more. She is on the Steering Committee of Our Genealogy Group at Clayton State University.