Confirm your American Indian ancestry with this “report only” version of our best seller. If you already have your STR lab profile from previous testing you just need to tell us your customer number and we will prepare a full report for you. Does not include DNA test.
500 Nations is a familiar phrase. The diversity of New World peoples is large. Our method searches for 15% of that number. It is the only such test on the market.
Most DNA testing companies have data on only about 20 or fewer North or South American Indian populations, of which only a handful are U.S. tribes. None is in the East. We have STR data for over 60 American Indian populations, including 3 Cherokee groups, one of which is Enrolled Cherokee from North Carolina.
Insufficient data on Native Americans long hampered both geneticists and genealogists. Finally, a major study addressed this failing with 29 separate American Indian tribes representing a diverse gene pool of about 1,000 alleles (variants). Added to DNA Consultants’ existing American Indian populations, our database now has over 60 American Indian tribes you could possibly match. Included are Cherokee, Apache, Chippewa, Lumbee and Mexican and South American Indians. It is the most complete forensic database for American Indian population study.
If you receive a high match to one or more of these your report will include a certificate listing your tribal affinities in ranked order. You also receive a result showing where American Indian appears in your top megapopulations, plus an ethnic analysis panel revealing whether your parents passed to you any of the markers known as Native American I and Native American II. You may also order a Deluxe Native American Certificate to be printed on fine paper and mailed to you.
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If you already have your STR profile you can purchase this "report only" to get your American Indian ancestry results. The most comprehensive American Indian DNA test on the market.
Tribes and Nations Included in Test
Algonquian Indians Amazonian Indians Andean Indians Apache Athabaskan Atocpan Indians Belem Amazonians Brazilian Indians Cherokee Indians Chihuahua Indians Chippewa Indians Choctaw Indians Chukchi Cochimi Indians Cora Indians Cree Indians Creek Indians Cucupa/Cocobah Indians Cuetzalan Indians Diegueno Indians Dogrib Indians Eskimo Evenk Guatemalan Mestizo Guerrero Mestizo Hualapai and Yavapai Indians Huichol Indians Huichols – Durango Huichols – Jalisco Huichols – Nayarit
Inupiat Kichwa Indians Kiliwa Indians Kumeyaa Indians Lumbee Indians Mayo – Sonora Mexicaneros – Durango Miwok Indians Mojave Indians Muskogean Indians Native American – Michigan Native American – Minnesota Native American – Northern Ontario Native American – Saskatchewan Native American – Florida Navajo Ojibwe Indians Orinoquian Indians Otomi Indians PaiPai Indians Paraguayan Indians Raramuri Indians Salishan Indians Seminole Indians Seri Indians Sioux Indians Tarahumara Indians Tepehuanos – Durango Yuman Indians Yupik
This product does not include a DNA test but requires you to submit your STR profile from previous testing. It reports only American Indian matches, not your full ancestry. Once you receive your test results you may upgrade to the full product with the Premium Upgrade. To order the full product to start with, including other American Indian matches and markers, world and megapopulation results, an ancestry map and certificate, and your top countries of Europe, purchase a DNA Fingerprint Plus or Native American DNA Fingerprint Plus.
Disclaimer: This American Indian DNA Test is a probabilistic prediction of ancestry for personal knowledge only. It is a non-chain of custody form of testing and is not intended for legal or official purposes. Its results may or may not confirm expected ethnic composition, family history or genealogical determinations. Alone, it may not be used to prove identity, biological relationships, nationality, citizenship, immigration or tribal enrollment.