Date(s) - 14/08/2021
2:00 pm - 3:00 pm
This presentation is one of a series of events being held in conjunction with Family History ACT Heritage Matters Exhibition.
This 40-50 minute presentation will discuss how DNA can be used in family history research. The session will include a basic introduction to what DNA is, the main DNA tests available and the companies offering them. It will also describe the ways in which it can help build and/or verify our family trees as well as outlining some of the ethical considerations that are raised.
Presenter is Marilyn Woodward. The speaker and a Family History volunteer will be available to answer questions and talk with participants about the presentation and/or aspects of the exhibition.
The presentation will be held at ACT Heritage Library, 255 Canberra Avenue, Fyshwick, ACT.
Covid restrictions may apply and bookings are essential. Book via the Libraries ACT website. Find and click on this event, then click on the registration link.