Brother Crow, Sister Corn: Traditional American Indian Gardening
Describes the gardening methods used by the agriculturally minded Mandan and Hidatsa, as well as those of numerous other tribes not associated with gardening, such as the Comanche. Includes Native American songs and stories.
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