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    Ethnic Origins of Quebec Regional Populations Estimated from Genealogy


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    The precise origin by genealogy linking over 90% to French settlers is a little uninteresting, more interesting would be to check the areas of France from which they came.

    The genealogy portion when compared to the genetic contribution also suggests another thing: If only 95 founders were Amerindian but virtually every Quebecois claims one of them in his pedigree then this does tell us quite a lot about the idea that most of those genealogies are a bit of a myth, and that Amerindians were added for prestige in many cases.
    -In kalte Schatten versunken... /Germaniens Volk erstarrt / Gefroren von Lügen / In denen die Welt verharrt-
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    Who wants a "Cherokee princess named Pocahontas" in their family tree? Why would half-breed status be desirable? Are societies in Oklahoma, the Four Corners, Alaska and Hawaii the cream of the crop?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sigurd View Post
    The precise origin by genealogy linking over 90% to French settlers is a little uninteresting, more interesting would be to check the areas of France from which they came.

    The genealogy portion when compared to the genetic contribution also suggests another thing: If only 95 founders were Amerindian but virtually every Quebecois claims one of them in his pedigree then this does tell us quite a lot about the idea that most of those genealogies are a bit of a myth, and that Amerindians were added for prestige in many cases.
    Quebec from the English Channel, Acadia from the Bay of Biscay and Louisiana from the Mediterranean Sea. Rather straightforward.


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