An assemblage of photos of different ethnic types created in response to customers of DNA testing services. "It became clear to me," says the author, "here was a whole area of forbidden knowledge."
Donald Yates’ photo album of ethnic types covers the globe with a hundred and forty colorful, expressive portraits. Ranging from Bhutan to Luxembourg, it unrolls the faces and features of men and women representative of their people.
If you ever had questions about your ethnic looks and makeup, this book will go a long way to answering them.
Donald Panther-Yates is a Georgia native of Choctaw-Cherokee and Sephardic Jewish descent. He earned a Ph.D. in classical studies at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill before teaching at the University of Notre Dame and elsewhere. In 2003, he founded DNA Testing Systems, a genetic genealogy service. His latest book, Old Souls in a New World, is about an expedition of Greeks, Jews and Egyptians that inadvertently founded the Cherokee Indian nation in the third century B.C.