The family life of a Cherokee Indian tribe consists of many generations within the same household, or the extreme opposite of children living with one parent or grandparents, according to PBS. Only 53 percent of American... More »

The Cherokee Indians were originally part of the Iroquois tribe of the Great Lakes region of America, but at some point before the arrival of the Europeans, they were forced to move to the southeast. The Cherokee first c... More »

Traditional Cherokee Indian clothing was made from animal hides stitched together to make dresses for women and tunics and leggings for men. The edges of the leather were often trimmed into fringes or tassels for decorat... More »

Dream catchers made by members of the Cherokee tribe feature an elaborate design of interlocking circles and are often as wide as 6 to 12 inches across. The hand-crafted pieces are frequently adorned with beads and feath... More »

Rosa Parks was born in Tuskegee, Alabama, but moved to Pine Level at the age of 2 when the family moved in with her grandparents. She had one brother, Sylvester, and her parents separated when she was very young. More »

The Cherokee Indians were originally part of the Iroquois tribe of the Great Lakes region of America, but at some point before the arrival of the Europeans, they were forced to move to the southeast. The Cherokee first c... More »

Every household of the Native American Chickasaw tribe typically built a winter and summer home, a corn storage building and a menstrual hut. Tribes lived in villages with multiple households. Other common structures in ... More »

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