Contribution of Irish Immigrants to the Quebec (Canada) Gene Pool : An Estimation Using Data From Deep-Rooted Genealogies/La contribution des immigrants irlandais au pool génique du Québec (Canada) : une estimation à partir de données généalogique

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Title
Contribution of Irish Immigrants to the Quebec (Canada) Gene Pool : An Estimation Using Data From Deep-Rooted Genealogies/La contribution des immigrants irlandais au pool génique du Québec (Canada) : une estimation à partir de données généalogique
Abstract
An examination of the integration of Irish immigrants and their descendants within Quebec's French-Canadian population. The authors found that although Irish founders explain less than one percent of the total Quebec gene pool, results show that nearly 21 percent of the genealogies contain at least one Irish founder.
Publication
European Journal of Population/Revue Européenne de démographie
Volume
Vol. 25
Issue
no. 2
Pages
215-233
Date
May 2009
Language
fr
Citation
Tremblay, Marc, Maude Letendre, Louis Houde, and Hélène Vézina. “Contribution of Irish Immigrants to the Quebec (Canada) Gene Pool : An Estimation Using Data From Deep-Rooted Genealogies/La contribution des immigrants irlandais au pool génique du Québec (Canada) : une estimation à partir de données généalogique.” European Journal of Population/Revue Européenne de démographie Vol. 25, no. 2 (May 2009): 215–233.
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