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    Good morning.

    I work hardly to my native american origins coming through my father and my mother. I need to know if original haplogroups Y and mt are determined for Siletz native americans and if you know other things about this tribe?
    http://www.ctsi.nsn.us/chinook-india...istory/part-i/

    Friendly.

    PS : I've a zodiac for my birth year 1959. In south america it seem that for this year we have the mineral "silex" in french(flint in english). If perhaps a good intuition?

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    Since you are from France, how do you know that you are from this tribe? If your parents indicate this is the case, most tribal census records will show this relationship. If the relationship is older, you will need look at the U.S. census records; many times they will indicate indian for "race." IN any event, tribal members will not likely be of one haplogroup.

    I would start with Rootsweb http://www.rootsweb.ancestry.com/

    And Cyndi's List http://www.cyndislist.com/native-american/

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    • #3
      Originally posted by rmm0484 View Post
      Since you are from France, how do you know that you are from this tribe? If your parents indicate this is the case, most tribal census records will show this relationship. If the relationship is older, you will need look at the U.S. census records; many times they will indicate indian for "race." IN any event, tribal members will not likely be of one haplogroup.

      I would start with Rootsweb http://www.rootsweb.ancestry.com/

      And Cyndi's List http://www.cyndislist.com/native-american/
      Good morning rmm0484.

      I've no write that I'm from this tribe, it's only some researches about some potentials tribes on a specific sector of USA, the pacific northwest. I know the story of my family without the historic romance. If you're interested about this, you can read about the Plougonvelin Abbey and thinking about this. For the side of my father, my name it's probably coming from a native american name Mah, and not from an egyptian name or other. I don't say that come from the PNW country in USA, perhaps it's the side of my mother, but if you read the story that I've writing over, Plougonvelin abbey, it's question of a ship travel??? You can read this on wikipedia about the Columbia river in PNW country : "Some historians believe that Japanese or Chinese vessels blown off course reached the Northwest Coast long before Europeans—possibly as early as 219 BCE."

      There is also american tribes in this country!

      Heartily.

      manuel Mahé

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