The 'Spanish Myth' in New Mexico and One Man's Unexpected DNA Test Results With the advent of genealogical DNA testing, many people who consider themselves "Hispano," or direct descendants of Spanish settlers, are trying to find out exactly how much Spanish blood they have.
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The 'Spanish Myth' in New Mexico and One Man's Unexpected DNA Test Results

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The 'Spanish Myth' in New Mexico and One Man's Unexpected DNA Test Results

The 'Spanish Myth' in New Mexico and One Man's Unexpected DNA Test Results

The 'Spanish Myth' in New Mexico and One Man's Unexpected DNA Test Results

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With the advent of genealogical DNA testing, many people who consider themselves "Hispano," or direct descendants of Spanish settlers, are trying to find out exactly how much Spanish blood they have.