In our third issue of the Explorers Club Newsletter, the first in a new year, we pay tribute to a healthcare executive on the frontline of medicine.
We are happy to bring some attention to one of the essential workers in our lives with this profile of Dr. Andy Martin.
Find out what the new vice president’s name has to do with Georgia Indians.
Male Haplogroup Distribution Tells Real Story of Human Migrations, Not Mitochondrial Lineages.
It has been 20 years since the genetic survey of Melungeons by Jones.
Armenia is a landlocked country at the geographic junction of Europe and the Near East. It is bordered by Georgia, Azerbaijan, Iran and Turkey.
Many archaic peoples regarded the Sun as female and the first divinity. The Choctaw Indians, who exhibit a frequency of 36% of this gene, are one of them.
Dr. Joan Bennett has strictly Scandinavian ancestry but her mitochondrial haplotype exactly matches Dr. Bruce Dean, a Cherokee man.
Explore the creation of an album that fuses the songs and stories of Native American tribes with modern western music. The movie Spirit Song follows the group of people who created the album “Voices of the Guardians” and celebrates Native American music in its many forms. Each community joins together and shows the vibrancy of Native American music, traditions, and communities. Watch the trailer.
Listen to a sample of Donald Yates’s latest audiobook, The Eighth Arrow, read by Pete Ferrand (released on February 8 and available at Audible.com). In this free sample are the Appendix, More Stories from My Years with the Tihanama, including “The Story of Standing Bear,” “The Piasa” and “Tecumseh and the Story of the Bench”.