Forensic Genealogy

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Rice Book Press, 2005 - Reference - 220 pages
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Forensic Genealogy is a guide to applying the principles of forensic science investigation to genealogical research. Insights are given into how photographic analysis, database mining, and DNA-analysis play important roles in solving genealogical puzzles. The book also provides case studies to illustrate investigative techniques.

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User Review  - Cinamon Collins - Goodreads

Great book! She has a very interesting practice of creating spreadsheets to uncover details/clues. The DNA chapters at the end got very technical and a bit challenging to follow. Well worth the read! Read full review

Review: Forensic Genealogy

User Review  - Cinamon Collins - Goodreads

Great book! She has a very interesting practice of creating spreadsheets to uncover details/clues. The DNA chapters at the end got very technical and a bit challenging to follow. Well worth the read! Read full review

Contents

INTRODUCTION
1
CASE STUDY IN DIGITAL DETECTIVE WORK
61
THE DATABASE DETECTIVE
75
Copyright

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About the author (2005)

PhD, nuclear physics and avid genealogist

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