Pima and Papago Indian agriculture

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The University of New Mexico press, 1942 - History - 245 pages
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Contents

Chapter IThe Pimans
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Chapter VIII Continued
10
Chapter IILand Climate and Vegetation
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JSTOR: Pima and Papago Indian Agriculture
The authors of Pima and Papago Indian Agriculture have made a definite contribution in this field. HUGH M. RAUP Arnold Arboretum Boston, Mass.
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Hohokam Indians of the Tucson Basin. Bibliography. University of ...
Recommended readings about the Pima and Papago are Castetter and Bell's Pima and Papago Indian Agriculture, Russell's The Pima Indians, which was reprinted ...
www.uapress.arizona.edu/ onlinebks/ hohokam/ biblio.htm

Utilization abstract
THE ORIGIN AND HISTORY OF POP CORN. 299. 5. Buel, J. The cultivator. 1938. p. 43. 6. Castetter, ef, and Bell, wh Pima. and Papago Indian agriculture. Univ. ...
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C - An Annotated Bibliography of the Tohono O'odham (Papago Indians)
[This remains the best general reference to Pima and Papago Indian agriculture. It includes information on early botanical subsistence and later ...
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David H. dejong - "None Excel Them in Virtue and Honesty ...
Edward Castetter and Willis H. Ball, Pima and Papago Indian Agriculture (Albuquerque: University of New Mexico Press, 1942), 56–57. ...
muse.jhu.edu/ journals/ american_indian_quarterly/ v029/ 29.1dejong.html

Vegetables and Fruits (Heirloom Varieties, Community-Based ...
Pima and Papago Indian Agriculture. Albuquerque, NM: University of New Mexico Press, 1942. Inter-American Studies I. 245 p. NAL 31.1 C27 ...
www.nal.usda.gov/ afsic/ AFSIC_pubs/ heirloom/ srb9807.htm