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Remains at historic house are likely Native

...over to the tribe.New information shows the remains are likely Southeast Alaska Native in origin.Assistant professor Brian Kemp from Washington State University tested mitochondrial DNA in a tooth. He also screened DNA on gender chromosomes, which...
Sealaska Heritage to collect migration stories, songs of Tlingits

...already adapted to life on the coast, Fifield said. A DNA analysis of the remains by a graduate student in California, Brian Kemp, suggests affinities with populations in China, North America and South America, Fifield said. The migration stories...
Local lectures, dances, artist market scheduled for Native American Heritage Month

...Siberian Odyssey and the Reconnecting of Asia and America." Monday, Nov. 29: Professor of Molecular Anthropology Brian Kemp from Washington State University will present "Just Because You Have Studied One Native American Population, You Haven't...
Palmer Relays results

...Cliborn, Robert , Owens, Taylor , Briceland, Ben ), DQ; --. Palmer High School 'B' (Ahrens, Coleman , Ashmore, Brian , Kemp, Jered , Thorne, Henry ), DQ. Boys 4x400 Meter Relay: 1. Service high school (Jackson, Ben , Nees, Mathais...
Celebration 2010 begin Wednesday

...Centennial Hall, the Alaska Native Brotherhood Hall and the Juneau Arts and Culture Center. Molecular Anthropologist Dr. Brian Kemp of Washington State University will lecture on results of a DNA study conducted during Celebration 2008. Testing was...
Finding long, long lost relatives

Many people have some idea where they come from, but Brian Kemp's research branches out much further than any family tree. The anthropologist used DNA samples he collected in Juneau two years...
Juneau's Natives welcome guests

...remains, which were discovered by a paleontologist in 1996 in a cave on Prince of Wales Island. Lead Researcher Dr. Brian Kemp, from Washington State University, and a team of colleagues will collect DNA samples from Native people Thursday...
Natives give DNA samples to see if they match ancient remains

Dr. Brian Kemp's research table buzzed with activity Thursday as Alaska Natives attending the first day of Celebration 2008 stopped by to give...
Empire editorial: It's been a couple of good weeks

...100-year-old dance resurrected by the Mt. St. Elias Dancers from Yakutat. And it posed a unique opportunity for Dr. Brian Kemp of Washington State University. Kemp took DNA samples from people to seek genetic matches with a man whose 10,300-year-old...
Preliminary results reveal no link to ancient human remains

...mitochondrial DNA test only addressed direct maternal ancestry," said Washington State University Molecular Anthropologist Dr. Brian Kemp, lead researcher for the project. "It is still possible other DNA markers could connect present-day indigenous Southeastern...


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