15 years ago
zoey z

pure american blood?

do u know any one who does not have a trace of other nations blood in their family tree, it seems everyone has a ansastor who is from europe or asia or u get my point.
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15 years ago
Conrey
Well I am half American Indian and half English and from Virginia. You cannot get anymore American than that. I think your point is, we are all foreigners right? Well we do all have foreign blood in us and actually so does all countries, we just do not, hear me, do not want foreign countries taking over this country as a majority. We are as a nation as kind and resolve as any country, and more so, but there is a time when we as born Americans have to stand up to our rights and say "shut the gates, the barn is full"!!!!!!!
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15 years ago
Anonymous
America is based on Immigration, so no one here can be a full blooded American. Even the poor Indians have become so mixed that there are no more pure blood Indians.
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15 years ago
♥ Tori ♥
I think someone with pure American blood would probably have to be Native American. Everyone else came from another country.
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15 years ago
rostov
Well, there are the native people's. You can try to argue they are mongolian but then you probably have to argue we are all in fact African!!! That is, even if you white, if you trace your family tree back far enough you are, according to biologists, an African-American, assuming you are american.
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15 years ago
JAT
"Silverbirch" has it right. Even the "native Americans" came from other places - mostly Asia. Ever since we got started in Africa, we've never stopped moving about. The dreams of purity are the illusions of the insecure.
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15 years ago
Jomtien C
The native American Indians are presumed to have come from Mogolia. Mongolians are presumed to have Chinese genens. The Chinese trace migration from further South. Pure? Purity in terms of Homo Sapiens would probably take us to Africa.
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15 years ago
Danagasta
As far as I know, my father didn't have anything other than Eastern Cherokee. He was a fullblood. As for my mother, she's Irish and Black Dutch (Melungeon), and that in itself is a huge mix. While I'm not one ethnicity, my father was. But here in Connecticut, most people are Italian. I've met a few full Italians as well.
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15 years ago
joannaserah
Well, only some native americans, but even they aren't usually "pure blooded" anymore. We're all mixed up.
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15 years ago
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It's impossible to be pure blood American, nor should you want to be. It's good to have a mix, keeps you healthy.
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