Medical Issues, DNA, and mtDNA
The Founder Effect in Québec, by Susan M. Colby – this article was originally published in the October 2010 issue of Michigan’s Habitant Heritage
Articles about Catherine Pillard or Le Plat, wife of Pierre Charron
Catherine Pillard, Native of La Rochelle, In Search of the Truth¸ by Suzette Leclair, Algonquian-Wendat, SFOHG Toronto, Gail Moreau-DesHarnais, SFOHG La Pionière du sud-ouest and FCHSM Member, Johan Robitaille, Algonquian-Wendat, SFOHG Toronto. The article was originally published in the April 2009 issue of Michigan’s Habitant Heritage
DNA Updates of Interest, by Susan M. Colby – This article was originally published in the April 2014 issue of Michigan’s Habitant Heritage
Internet links related to DNA, and mtDNA: FCHSM does not endorse any of the sites that sell DNA or mtDNA tests, however these sites often provide glossaries and information that may help you understand more about these tests and their results.
Wikipedia - Unlike articles in a printed encyclopedia, Wikipedia articles are ever-evolving. As of 5 March 2018, their page on DNA contains 217 footnotes, as well as links to related topics. See: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/DNA
Family Tree DNA: This company has organized mtDNA results for French, French-Canadian, and Native American female ancestors. The link to the table is organized alphabetically by surname.
See the Acadian and French-Canadian Ancestral Home site for information about the mtDNA results for the Founding Mothers of Acadia .Stephen A. White, the noted author about Acadian families, wrote the introductory article as well as verifying all of the lines of the individuals tested. See: http://www.acadian-home.org/frames.html
Specific discussions of DNA results for Native Americans: