Travel | How one man from New York discovered his roots in Argentina and traced his Baptist ancestors to the Arctic Circle
by Paul David Glader
Posted 5/31/08, 12:00 am
Nyköping, Sweden- Paddling a yellow kayak past hundreds of green islands and through the dark, choppy waters of the Baltic Sea south of Stockholm, the mind wanders: How did this trip begin?
The travel industry calls this a heritage trip-genealogical tourism. A scientist would call it a DNA vacation. An anthropologist might call it a journey into the family tree.