What if you could trace your family to a single man who lived over ten millenia ago? It’s a mind-boggling concept that Southeast Alaskan Natives may one day have a chance to contemplate. Scientists recently took advantage of one of the largest gatherings of Southeast Natives to collect DNA samples from volunteers. They want to learn more about how Southeast Alaska Natives relate to other Native Americans and maybe establish a link to one of the oldest remains ever found in Alaska. Matt Miller has the story.
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