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    Thank you for you question but I don't have to answer it.
    No you don't but just wanted to ask in general terms

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    Quote Originally Posted by Maciamo View Post
    This is a 5 year project as it covers many parts of the world. But each regional project will be completed separately. Those in Europe should be finished well before the Asian one, I should think.
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    Do you have any idea when the German, French and Iberian projects may be completed by?

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    Quote Originally Posted by timberwolf View Post
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    Do you have any idea when the German, French and Iberian projects may be completed by?
    No, as it depends on the number of participants. But I don't think it will be in less than a year.
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    Maciamo,

    I already told you via a private message that it would be good if Living DNA launches also regional projects for the Americas, including both North and Latin America.

    I already made a map of Proposed genetic regions of the USA:

    https://i.imgur.com/ssgTch1.png



    Native American regions are in green (they include major Indian Reservations, as well as areas outside of major reservations in which Native Americans are at least over 8% of the total population). Other regions are in yellow, and I just made regions based on state borders (each state = one region), but if someone has an alternative (maybe better?) idea on how to divide Non-Native areas of the USA into regions, then please tell me.

    Legend for Native regions:

    a - Sioux (Dakota) Nation
    b - Navajo Nation
    c - Choctaw & Chickasaw
    d - Kiowa-Comanche-Apache & Cheyenne-Arapaho
    e - Cherokee, Creek, Seminole, Potawatomi, Osage
    f - Apachean Tribes
    g - Umatilla Nation
    h - Hualapai & Havasupai
    i - Ute Tribe
    j - Northern Arapaho & Eastern Shoshone
    k - Mandan, Hidatsa & Arikara
    L - Lumbee & Coharie Tribes
    m - Confederated Tribes of Colville
    n - Eastern Chippewa (Ojibwe) Peoples
    o - Yakama Nation
    p - Puebloan Tribes
    R - Passamaquoddy, Penobscot, Maliseet & Micmac
    s - Potawatomi Tribe
    t - Tohono Oodham Nation
    T - Assiniboine, Atsina, Nakota, Cree & Western Ojibwe
    u - Crow Nation
    v - Paiute-Shoshone
    w - Northern California Indians
    x - Menominee Tribe
    y - Cheyenne Nation
    z - Hopi Tribe
    & - Salishan Tribes
    # - Confederated Tribes of Warm Springs
    $ - Tribes of the Flathead Reservation
    @ - Turtle Mountain Chippewa & Spirit Lake Tribe
    0 - Iroquois Confederacy
    1 - Inyo County Indians
    2 - Yuma, Chemehuevi & Mohave
    3 - Blackfeet Nation
    4 - Northern Alabama Cherokee
    5 - Eastern Cherokee
    6 - Muscogee-Creek
    7 - Mississippi Choctaw
    8 - Caddo, Louisiana Choctaw & Cherokee
    9 - South Alabama Choctaw & Creek
    10 - Nez Perce People
    11 - Skitswish Tribe
    12 - Duck Valley Shoshone-Paiute
    13 - Fort Hall Bannock-Shoshone
    14 - Goshute Nation
    15 - Kickapoo, Sac-Fox, Ponca & Prairie Potawatomi
    16 - Meskwaki & Iowa Sac-Fox
    17 - Saginaw Chippewa & Huron
    18 - Haliwa-Saponi, Sappony & Meherrin
    19 - United Houma Nation
    20 - Quinault Indian Nation
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    The map doesn't include Alaska and Hawaii. I'm not sure if Alaska should be divided into several regions (maybe Native and Non-Native like in other states), or just made as one region.

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    My main sources that I used when making that map:












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    Now when it comes to Alaska:

    As we can see in the maps posted above, all counties of Alaska (except only one) have over 8% of Native population. So maybe it could be just one region. But there are several tribal groups there:







    But maybe Alaska should be in one project together with Canada, and mainland USA in another project?

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    So in total there will be 100 regions in Mainland USA project (49 states + 51 Native areas).

    And Alaska will be together with Canada in another project.

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