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Her thoughts were well organized and she was very through in giving information.
Buffalo Bird Woman recounts her gardening and harvesting traditions in this wonderful sociological record, as told to Gilbert Wilson.
I can't put books like these down, they fascinate me - day to day life of people in a very different life than mine.
I think every gardener should read this book, as historical reference and to gain a greater appreciation of the effort to feed one's family without a grocery store. Read morePublished 17 days ago by Carol Jackson
Very detailed, can use for gardening in the way of the Hidatsa. Also, goes into detail for a vertical root cellar storage of corn and dry bean, construction of drying racks and... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Molly Rose
very interesting , came in good shape and in a timely fashion, thank youPublished 2 months ago by Claire
this is an excellent book to understand the American indian ways highly recomend lot's of recipiesPublished 3 months ago by stormy Daze
I was searching for a book on line when I came across this book. The book is a reprint of a book published in 1918 by Gilbert L. Wilson. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Kim Willis
This was a gift for a Native Indian botanist friend. She has learned quite a bit from it.Published 5 months ago by Ms Nashoba
Too many people borrowed this so now I have to budget for another. That says something about its value.Published 8 months ago by U. R. Israel