For the past 13 years, I have been trying to discover the true identity of my nationality. The research I have done has given me many clues, but now I have run into a dead end. With the help of my mother, I have obtained my father’s military records. I have also contacted the local town of his supposed place of birth and the New York State Vital Statics department. Last, but not least, I have received a copy of a police record and an autopsy report due to his untimely death at a young age of 41 years of age. The autopsy lists my father’s nationality as a “Native American Indian.” Nothing is mentioned of this in my father’s military records, no documents can be found for my father name in the town records of his supposed place of birth, and the New York State Vital Statics department has done an extensive search by my request and cannot locate my father’s name or place of birth for New York State. Everything I have been told about my father does not add up. His family moved at one time from United States to Canada. Unfortunately, no contact has been maintained between my father’s siblings and my family. I have tried unsuccessfully to locate them, but with no luck. I have tried to research this with the Canadian aspect in mind, but again I have come to a dead end. I contacted the corner who did the autopsy to request the reasoning of how one determines the nationality of a person and I did receive a strong reply back that they had details for listing him as a “Native American Indian.” The funeral home who did my father’s burial has stated that they have some documents related to my father, but will not allow me access to them. I just want to know my true race is so I can reflect my pride in whatever it may be. For years, I have had emptiness in my soul trying to know the truth. After watching your show, I decided I would go ahead and have my DNA tested to find out my Heritage.