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DeSoto's Journeys, and Others
Night Burial in the Mississippi River
burial painter unknown
The Lost Colony search is not limited to just the colonists. Hernando DeSoto explored this area before the colonists were lost, as did others. In the DNA tests so far, we are not finding many Native American
haplogroups, which leads me to ask the question, where are the Indians? We know that people lived there, but perhaps, based on some of the DNA haplogroups we are seeing, the Native people were already admixed to some extent? If that was the case, where might that admixture have come from? While I am
offering no answers, and clearly at this point, only speculation and questions, those questions do need to be answered.
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