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Chapter IILand Climate and Vegetation
Chapter IIIEarly Basis of Piman Subsistence
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aboriginal acres agriculture ancient Anza Arizona arrowweed Baboquivari Mountains barley baskets black-eyed beans Bolton canals Casa ceremony chick peas Clotts color cotton cowpeas creosote bush crops cultivated cushaw deer desert Papago ditches dried early ears farming feet fields flood water frost fruit gathered Gila River gourds grains ground growing grown Haury hills Hohokam Hopi husks inches Indians irrigation kidney beans Kino Kino's land late lima beans maize Maricopa mesquite Mexico mountains muskmelons native Papago and Pima Papago informant piles Pima and Papago Pima informants Pima-Papago Pimans Pimeria Alta pink beans pods Pueblo pumpkins rains reported Reservation Russell Sacaton sahuaro harvest San Pedro San Xavier Santa Cruz season secured seed smoke Snaketown Sobaipuri soil Sonoita River Sonora sowing species specimens stored teparies tepary bean tion tobacco tribes Underhill usually utilized Valley variety village vines watermelons weeds wheat wild winter