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Furthermore, many people are tribally enrolled whose mitochondrial or Y DNA would not be historically Native, because their tribal membership is not based on that ancestral line.
Therefore, tribal membership alone is not predictive of a Native American Y or mitochondrial haplogroup.
So telling a woman that she matches the Beothuk was irresponsible at best, because those Beothuk remains match every other person in haplogroup C or X, Native or not. Unfortunately, Accu-Metrics isn’t the only company stretching or twisting the truth for their own benefit, exploiting their clients.
Both Y and mitochondrial DNA have scientifically identified and confirmed haplogroups found only in Native Americans, as discussed .
Both Y and mitochondrial DNA at appropriate testing levels can identify a Native ancestor back in time thousands of years.
In fact, we have people in the and various Native haplogroup projects who match each other with either Native Y or mitochondrial results who are tribally enrolled or descended from tribes from very different parts of the Americas, as far distant as Canada and South America.
Based on , A Preliminary Analysis of the DNA and Diet of the Extinct Beothuk: A Systematic Approach to Ancient Human DNA, describing the analysis of the Beothuk remains, it appears that only the HVR1 region of the Beothuk skeletal remains were able to be partially sequenced.