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Thread: Composition of mtDNA L haplotypes in individuals of the colonial NY Burial Ground

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    Composition of mtDNA L haplotypes in individuals of the colonial NY Burial Ground

    http://www.africanburialground.gov/F...G_Ch5_Rvsd.pdf

    mtDNA L2 [32/46]
    mtDNA L3 [10/46]
    mtDNA L1 [3/46]

    Note: one burial labeled as having "West/Central AFRICAN" had no mtDNA lineage displayed in the table (See Table 5.8).

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    Thanks for this. I have planned to tour the collection of recovered skeletons and artifacts from the burial site and I think getting a little genetic background won't hurt.

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    I was thinking too that if the 5 boroughs ever gets lost in the ocean, at least there would be some record somewhere about some of the mtDNA's buried there.

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