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From: "Roger Newman" <>
Subject: Re: [DNA] mtDNA Haplogroup A
Date: Sat, 8 Nov 2003 08:04:20 -0800
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Amelia,

Did your husband have a DNAPrint done? If so what were the results? I
consider myself 19% NA but my DNAPrint came back 7% NA and 2% EA. I'm not
sure why unless there is more white blood in the NA that I thought were full
NA.

Roger
----- Original Message -----
From: "Amelia" <>
To: <>
Sent: Friday, November 07, 2003 8:29 PM
Subject: Re: [DNA] mtDNA Haplogroup A


> I think it's worth it. Very interesting. My husband's mtDNA line is
> mostly from the Makah Tribe, but it goes back to his 3rd-great-grandma who
> was from the Quileute Tribe. Don't know where they might have been before
> that (if anywhere else). I don't know anyone else (besides you and my
> husband) from the NW Coast tribes that have been tested. There are some
> results in the mtDNA concordance from Port Alberni, Canada, but that's all
> I've really seen.
>
> This would be great for the small tribes like Snohomish and Cowlitz that
> need to build their membership base for federal recognition and other
purposes.
>
> At 07:37 PM 11/7/2003 -0800, you wrote:
> >My mtDNA is 5 mutations. 111T, 223T, 290T, 319A, 362C
> >
> >The mtDNA line is Skagit Native and then to I believe a Tsimshian Native
> >from British Columbia. How a Tsimshian woman found her way into the
Skagit
> >Tribe I don't know. Maybe slave trade that was going on at the time. I
know
> >that the Northern Tribes made visits to Puget Sound. How often the Puget
> >Sound tribes made visits north I don't know. I do know the Puget Sound
> >tribes feared the Northern Tribes.
> >
> >I also have Snohomish and Cowlitz on my mothers side but not in her mtDNA
> >line. I'm thinking about seeing if some of my mothers cousins would be
> >interested in DNA testing to check the mtDNA lines, unless you know that
all
> >Puget Sound tribes are Haplogroup A, I won't brother with it.
> >
> >Roger
> >Shelton, Washington
> >----- Original Message -----
> >From: "Amelia" <>
> >To: <>
> >Sent: Thursday, November 06, 2003 10:35 PM
> >Subject: Re: [DNA] mtDNA Haplogroup A
> >
> >
> > > A = Aiyana. It's one of the World Clans (outside of Europe). It's
> >usually
> > > Native North/South American or East Asian. My husband is also
Haplogroup
> > > A. What are your mutations from CRS???? He has 4 mutations: 111T
290T
> > > 319A 362C.
> > >
> > > According to the diagram we received from Oxford Ancestors, Aiyana is
an
> > > off-shoot from Lara (Africa), along with Xenia (West Eurasia and N/S
> > > America), Nene (East Eurasia), and Naomi (Central and West Eurasia).
> > >
> > > The world clans listed on the diagram are: "Mitochondrial Eve",
Layla,
> > > Lungile, Latifa, Lubaya, Lila, Limber, Lingaire, Latasha, Lara, Lamia,
> > > Lalamika, Malaxshmi, Emiko, Gaia, Chochmingwu, Djigonasee, Makeda,
Nene,
> > > Xenia, Aiyana, Naomi, Ina, Yumi, Fufei, Helena, Velda, Jasmine, Tara,
> > > Katrine, Ursula, Una, Uta, Ulrike, Uma, Ulla, and Ulaana.
> > >
> > > At 10:05 PM 11/6/2003 -0800, you wrote:
> > > >Which of the 7 daughters of Eve does Haplogroup A come from? It isn't
one
> > > >of the 7.
>
>
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