NATIVE AMERICAN GARDENING–BUFFALOBIRD-WOMAN’S GUIDE TO TRADITIONAL METHODS
Early-20th-century study takes a look at techniques of subsistence-level farming used by the Hidatsa of North Dakota. Descriptions of how tribe planted, harvested, and stored its food. Of value to modern organic gardeners and farmers, anthropologists, historians, and anyone fascinated by Native American culture. 40 figures; 10 illustrations on 5 plates.