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Marie Rundquist and I as co-administrators have exciting discoveries to share.

As it so happens, this announcement comes almost exactly on the 4 anniversary of the founding of this project at Family Tree DNA. Native American Y DNA Haplogroups Haplogroup C is one of two core Native American male haplogroups.

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Kudos I want to personally congratulate Marie for her hard work and dedication over the past year to bring this monumental discovery and tree update to fruition.

It’s truly an incredible accomplishment representing countless hours of behind the scenes work.

Marie and I would both like to thank all of our participants, individuals who contributed funds to the testing, Dr.

As a result, Marie provides the following press release: April 29, 2017: Based on a recent “Big Y” DNA novel variant submission from the C-P39 Y DNA project, the Y Tree has been updated by Family Tree DNA scientists.

With this latest update, in addition to the C-P39 SNP that distinguishes this haplogroup, there are now new, long-awaited, downstream SNPs and subclades, as reflected in the Y Tree that offer new avenues for research by members of this rare, Native American haplogroup.

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