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Who are your people? Ancestry.com DNA Sale

Posted By Paul G February 19th, 2018 Last Updated on: January 14th, 2019

If you have been considering a DNA test to find out your ethnic makeup, now is the time!

Whether you are starting your family history or want to know even more about your family, a DNA test will get you started!

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From discovering their ethnicity to connecting with distant relatives, the largest DNA network in the world is helping more people find the singular story in their DNA. Yours is just as unique, revealing traces of your family history—who your ancestors were and where they came from.

AncestryDNA can estimate your origins to more than 150 ethnic regions around the world- 5x more regions than the next leading test.

Who are your people?

You'll also be connected to living relatives who share parts of your DNA. And since Ancestry has the unique ability to bring together DNA results with 90,000,000 family trees and billions of historical records, we can also help you fill in pieces of your family history.



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Rhonda Halvorson

Im trying to help my husband find out who he is was told american sioux indian was adopted to a white family so many things dont add up with the adoption,, we dont know much about anything,, where can we go or what do we do?? Would love to find his true family

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JustMySay

The Native American “line” on Ancestry Covers North, Central and South America “North and South America were the last inhabited continents to be populated, when the first immigrants crossed a land bridge from northern Asia. Most Native Americans were nomadic hunter-gatherers, though some cultures, including the Mayans of Central America” BUT, within the last maybe year Ancestry DNA can now break up the DNA to regions. Mines tells me what parts of Mexico and the USA (Texas, New Mexico and Calli) I’m 55% and my mother is 69% so, you have to really look in to that and break it down. This test will not tell you what tribe and if it’s showing you have no Native American blood or barely any then that is correct. Many people have been told their ancestors were Indigenous (Native American) when in fact they aren’t. Being from Mexico can mean you’re Indigenous as well, (Aztec, Mayan) just not to the USA, my family members were born in both Mexico and Texas (Zapata /Bexter, San Antonio) and often traveled back and fourth, as far back as the late 1800’s (I was able to find documents but, could have gone on for much longer then I can find in documents) We also found that some of our ancestors were born in the Texas Area but taken to Mexico to be registered. My family and I are enrolled in the USA.

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Found out through the anstery DNA test I am 31% Native American

Ginger Miller

I was told that after the DNA test you need a blood quantum test. Is this true?

Greg Schouweiler

The question I have is I have Native American in my blood lines. But one of these tests did not show it. Will this Pow Wow test indicate that I have that Heritage?

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