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Revealing hidden roots

Local DNA research has global implications

By Vanessa E. Jones
Globe Staff / September 23, 2008

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For the past seven years, Sam Silverman and Richard Coren have devoted their leisure time to finding their roots. The men are descendents of the Korenbaum family, which originally lived in towns such as Wlodowa and Malorita along the Bug River in what was once Poland and is now Belarus. Some Korenbaums emigrated to the United States, while others scattered ... (Full article: 1251 words)

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