Dec 21, 2009

We have been here before.

What if the answers you seek were known by people a thousand years ago?

Would you respect it as wisdom or see it as uneducated practices of a savage culture?



We have the answers in obscure stacks at the libraries.



Pre-historic American Indian Agriculture in America


Hunting by prehistoric horticulturists in the American Southwest / Christine R. Szuter.
Pima and Papago Indian agriculture.

Pueblo Indian agriculture / James A. Vlasich.

Cultivated landscapes of native North America / William E. Doolittle.

Nature and the environment in pre-Columbian American life / Stacy Kowtko.

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