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  • vinnie
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    The other problem is that there is a reluctance among many Native Americans to DNA test, and there are still relatively few East Asian records compared to European.

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  • mkdexter
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    Family Finder's Population Finder might but it depends on how much of such ancestry's you have. There are only a certain number of samples it can reference and the ability to match particular sample sets depends on your unique admixture of your past ancestry.

    https://www.familytreedna.com/faq/an...spx?id=22#1037


    Matt.

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  • twang
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    OK if my Y-haplogroup is R1b and my mitochondria group is H, would the test still be able to decipher if I had native American and or Chinese ancestry?

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  • mkdexter
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    Maybe you are looking for an answer to the question, can Family Finder provide ancestral origins? The answer is it includes a report called Population Finder.

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  • Jim Barrett
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    Why

    Why do you want to exclude these tests?

    If you want a good answer you need to provide all of the information you have.

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  • twang
    started a topic Minus the Y haplogrouping and the mitochondria grouping

    Minus the Y haplogrouping and the mitochondria grouping

    can DNA tests tell whether someone has native American or Chinese ancestry?
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