Pickholtz’s book is an engaging and revealing case study in the incredible challenges faced by genetic genealogists studying endogamous populations. Pickholtz uses every DNA test and tool available to break down seemingly impenetrable brick walls and reunite families separated by both space and time.
What people are saying
“ENDOGAMY: One Family, One People” is an excellent resource for those studying endogamous populations, as well as those with a general interest in genetic genealogy. This gem is filled with case studies and wisdom from which we can all learn and apply to our own genealogical DNA research projects.
— Julie Cahill Tarr
December 30, 2015
(A full review by Ms. Tarr can be found in the Fall 2015 issue of FORUM, a quarterly magazine published by the Federation of Genealogical Societies.)