Black – Texas

Black – Texas

North American Black  ǀ African American

Bessie ColemanBlack Texans are African Americans sampled in the state of Texas. Like other blacks in America, they usually also carry a high proportion of Caucasian or white ancestry and may additionally have American Indian. Bessie Coleman, the first African American female navigator, had a part-Cherokee father.

The Black – Texas population data represent a broad, national group of DNA samples from 151 African-American (African American) individuals. Samples were provided by University of North Texas Health Science Center. For more details on this population, see
African Texans
African American Heritage
Texas State
General John G. Walker and

Photo:  Pioneer aviator Bessie Coleman was born in Texas and grew up in Indian Territory.  Photo by National Air and Science Museum.

Source publication: Allele Frequencies for Nine STR Loci in African-Americans, Chinese, Vietnamese, and Bangladesh Populations, JFS, 1999, p1316-1318.

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