Proving your Native American ancestry is something many of us find fascinating and important. Though DNA testing is an option, many times our Native American ancestor is so far removed that the DNA proof is “washed out.” That means we need to work with record sets specifically for mapping our Native American heritage.
Native American Genealogy Research
The Genealogy Reporter has put together three FREE how-to videos on working with these record sets. Not all Native American’s applied for these enrollments, but many did. Even if your ancestor was not accepted as a tribal member, finding the applications is often the biggest reward because of all the great information about their family tree. Names of parents, siblings, even aunts and uncles is just the beginning to the wealth of data you might find.
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