Genealogy Resources and Sites
Below you will find links to Genealogy resources and general websites that we at Celebrate DNA find useful, informative, entertaining or doing good deeds for the world. If you have a website or organizations that you would like us to consider, please send us an email and we will be happy to take a look! It takes a village to truly Celebrate humanity!
This non-profit founded by Caleb Munroe is dedicated to educating and empowering Youth in order to advance equity for all. Learn more about their conferences, workshops, events, and experiences for high school and college-aged youth that celebrate human diversity and provide students with an opportunity to share ideas relating to human diversity in a cooperative atmosphere.
Thomas MacEntee is our go-to guy for finding out the best deals on all things Genealogy. If there is a deal to be had, he will find it and post it!
Get ready to discover your cultural heritage and make connections to other cultures throughout the world! TOTA's cultural articles will give you a deeper understanding of what brings people together.
We are a team of unpaid volunteer genealogists, citizen scientists, geneticists, and all around good folks helping those on a journey of discovery. Our mission is to teach and guide people searching for their biological roots to use DNA in combination with traditional genealogy techniques and, when applicable specialized adoption search techniques, by providing robust education, methods, guidance, and support.
Think of me as a pipeline to so many different aspects of genealogy. I love DNA and I like any type of technology. Whether it's in the genealogy field or in other areas. I enjoy genealogy webinars, I love books; whether they are genealogy how to books, history books or genealogy fiction. I enjoy scrap booking and so much more.
The best thing of all this is I love to share. Either through my blog; Hound on the Hunt or through my store; Shop the Hound.
Print magazine and blog site complete with how-to articles, genealogy courses and features on the best resources for genealogy enthusiasts.
Leah Larkin earned her Ph.D. in biology from the University of Texas at Austin, where she used DNA to study the relationships among different species. She has worked in both academia and scientific publishing and applies those research skills daily to solving genealogical questions using DNA. Her background makes her uniquely qualified to apply your DNA results to learning about your family history.