DNA testing is fast becoming associated with one's genealogical papertrail.
This is where many of us, myself included, have willingly posted our DNA test results in keeping with unknown Acadian females.
Other related sites of interest include
As for my own mtDNA findings, I belong to the U6a haplogroup.
I am the FIRST person with a direct matrilineal line of descent from the much disputed Edmée LeJeune.
DNA testing can reveal a hidden ancestry. Just ask Marie Rundquist. In her book, Revisiting Anne Marie: How an Amerindian Woman of Seventeenth Century Nova Scotia and a DNA Match Redefine American Heritage, she shows how a single, Native American DNA test proved her documented French-European lineage invalid, calling an American heritage into question.
In this text, Marie details how she traced her family genealogy through 12 generations back to an ancient Amerindian woman of 17th century Nova Scotia and re-discovered her family's hidden Acadian-Mi'kmaq beginnings in the New World.