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Non-fiction. Amerindian, Native American, Acadian, Nova Scotia History, Genealogy, DNA research. 138 pages, includes rare photos of traditional Mi'kmaq designs, tools, and textiles from the National Museum of the American Indian Cultural Resource Center (CRC), original artwork, and maps, 126 footnotes with source citations; 27 bibliographic references; includes primary and genealogy sources for Acadian surnames, and a re-print of "Finding Anne Marie." Forwards by Fortress of Louisbourg historian, Anne Marie Jonah, and Douglas J. Miller, French-Canadian Heritage Society of California, French Heritage DNA Project.
A reader remarks: "Hi Marie, I just started reading your book about our common ancestor Anne Marie. Thank you so much for doing all this research and publishing your story. When I was a child my grandfather used to tell us that we had Native American ancestors but we had no proof. Thanks to DNA testing and your research we can now say that we have Native American ancestors." -- John Reagan, USA, 10/12/2016