Christmas arrives early at the AMERINDIAN Ancestry Out of Acadia DNA PROJECT! Keith Doucet and Amerindian Ancestry out of Acadia DNA Project, are looking for maledescendants of Germain Doucet b.1641, to participate in a yDNA project. Since Keith Doucet first announced his unexpected and controversial C3b Native American DNA finding in an article published in 2010, the results of his testing with the Amerindian Ancestry out of Acadia Family Tree DNA Project, there have been four Doucet descendants of Germain (ca 1641) who have already tested C3b, Native American, with other results pending.Seven others, descendants of Germain and his brother Pierre, are known to have tested R1b European, with a variety of genetic sequences represented in published results. The project needs more candidate descendants of Germain Doucet to set a precedent and prove without a doubt, the possible Native ancestry of one of Germain Doucet's children.We are limiting the offer to Germain Doucet b. 1641 at this time; the project scope does not include other Doucet surname lineages. Would you like to contribute and participate in this great project ? Send your completed paternal genealogy line leading up to Germain Doucet b. 1641, together with an email and mailing address where you can be reached, to the attention of Amerindian Ancestry out of Acadia Project Administrator, Marie Rundquist at email@example.com. And as of October 28, 2011, the first ten (10) lines received that qualify will be entitled to a special gift - 100% sponsorship...! Want to know more about DNA testing, please visit the Amerindian Ancestry out of Acadia DNA Project; and to find out more about Keith's journey and his DNA results, visit his web page at http//familyheritageresearchcommunity.org/doucet_dna.html.
Note: This study is strictly about dna, genealogy, and history, and is not involved in politics concerning Indian vs. non-Indian.