Donald N. Yates, Ph.D. is a cultural historian and research scientist in Phoenix, Arizona.

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DNA Haplotyping and Diversity: An Anthropogenealogical Method for Researching Lineages and Family Ethnicity

Anthropogenealogy combines DNA analysis with knowledge of history, linguistics and anthropology. A step-by-step method for its practice is described and documented.

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Dying Campfires: Jews, Indians and Descendant Organizations

With the advent of DNA and individuals' personal discovery of mixed ancestry, ethnic identity categories are becoming blurred. The intersection of Jewishness and American Indian identity is examined here.

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Epigenetics and the Autosomal DNA of Human Populations: Clinical Perspectives and Personal Genome Tests

Combining epigenetics and the advances in autosomal DNA tests, we are beginning to read the whole of human medical, evolutionary and ethnic history, at least in outline form.

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Published online: June 26, 2014

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