The Cherokee people are described by William Bartram in his 1776 writings as having dark-black, course hair and a reddish-brown or copper-colored complexion. They also have an aquiline shape to their noses and a noble, h... More »

Cherokee Indians, like other Native Americans, have dark hair, brown skin, and a distinct bone structure. AccessGenealogy.com notes a broad and flat face and a narrow nose as prominent characteristics; however, actual ph... More »

The six characteristics of civilization include large population centers, monumental architecture, written language, systems for declaring territories, division of labor and social classes. The exact aspects of these cha... More »

Some characteristics of a peer group include shared beliefs, interests and preferences for specific activities. Peers within a group may identify with one another to develop a sense of identity and a positive self-concep... More »

Early Cherokee people used canoes for water transportation and walking for land transportation. Many tribes used dogs as pack animals to carry supplies. After the Europeans introduced horses to America, the Cherokee inte... More »

Although in the United States people are often asked to self-identify as either white, Hispanic, African American, Asian or Native American, advanced understanding of DNA reduced the amount of races accepted by scientist... More »

DNA evidence indicates that the first gypsies, also known as the Romany people, came from northern India. Gypsies belong to the Roma tribe, and they claim that they were once a warrior class from Punjab. More »