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  • #16
    When was the picture taken?

    This may shed some light:

    " The 1920 census showed three counties in South Dakota with more than 1,200 persons who had been born in Russia of German ancestry. They were Hutchinson, (Freeman, Menno, Parkston, etc.), McPherson (Eureka, Leola, etc.), and Edmunds (Ipswich, Roscoe, Hosmer, etc.). There were 800 in Brown County (Aberdeen), and 494 in Bon Homme (Scotland, Tyndall, etc.).

    Of some 300,000 German-Russians listed in that 1920 census -- including those born in the United States -- the largest number was in Kansas, second largest in North Dakota and third in South Dakota."

    The question is how did a possible Eurasian maternal line get into the tribe.

    Shoshone (Haplogroup a)

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