I ve got 2 great great grandparents and 1 great grandparent all full native American. What am I?
- Kevin7Lv 76 months ago
It depends on the rules of that particular tribe if you are a member or a non-member;you should contact that tribe.
- Sunday CroneLv 76 months ago
f you have 2 Great Grandfathers who are Native American, you also have 2 Great Grandfather who are not. You need to start with your Parents not your Grandparents or Great Grandparents to figure out your ancestry. Like all fractions your use the lowest common denominator to add amounts.
- BlueNinjaLoveLv 76 months ago
That depends if the great grandparent is the child of the other two? Are the other two spouses?
If so, then after the last full blood individual keep dividing that until you get to yourself.
So... if those three individuals ARE related:
Great-great grandparents - full
Great grand parent - full
Grandparent - 1/2 (*if only one of his/her parents is native)
Parent - 1/4
You - 1/8 from that line.
IF they are not all related and we're talking different sides of the family then that requires that info in order to break it down.
But in that case, if it's both sides, then likewise after the last full blood keep diving in half until you get to you. Do same for both lines, and add the result together.
- MaxiLv 76 months ago
Whatever nationality you are, is what you are, likely an American, with a story of Native American ancestry........ unless YOU are an enrolled tribal member yourself then you are a native American tribal citizen, if your ancestry is proved and not a story then you have native American (x) tribal ancestry...
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- ZirpLv 76 months ago
If you yourself are enrolled in at least one of their tribes, you are Native American
If you are not enrolled in a tribe, you are of Native American descent
- righteousjohnsonLv 76 months ago
1/4 Native American
(1/8 + 1/16 + 1/16)