Category Archives: Athabaskan

Some Native Americans Had Oceanic Ancestors

This week has seen a flurry of new scientific and news articles.  What has been causing such a stir?  It appears that Australian or more accurately, Australo-Melanese DNA has been found in South America’s Native American population. In addition, it … Continue reading

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The Ket People of North Asia – Ancestors of Native Americans

Enjoy this lecture, “The Peopling of the Americas and the Dene-Yeniseian Connection”  by Dr. Edward Vadja who visited, lived among and studied the very remote Ket people in far northern Russia.  The Ket are ancestral to the Na-Dene and Athabaskan people … Continue reading

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