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    I just started reading Buffalobird-Woman's account of native American gardening techniques. She was a member of the Hidatsa tribe, born in 1839.

    I have the book, but I found this link if anyone's interested.

    http://digital.library.upenn.edu/wom...en/garden.html
    Last edited by S610; 01-22-2018, 04:52 PM. Reason: added tags
    I don't know.

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    That reminds me... I was going to try to get a copy of an herbal medicine book from a tribe near Happy Camp, California.

    The medicine woman there was prolific and wise. Her book is considered a tribal treasure, but they don't mind sharing it to spread the knowledge.

    I just have to find my notes on what it was called and how to buy a copy from their tribal museum......
    Let’s Go Brandon!!!!!

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      #3
      This was very interesting, thanks for the link gamgee

      Tuesday is soylent green day

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        Originally posted by Night View Post
        This was very interesting, thanks for the link gamgee
        You're very welcome. I've only read a bit, but it does seem interesting.
        I don't know.

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          Originally posted by gamgee View Post
          Primitive Gardening

          I just started reading Buffalobird-Woman's account

          I've only read a bit, but it does seem interesting.



          you will look silly dressed like that.
          Let’s Go Brandon!!!!!

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            #6
            Originally posted by gamgee View Post

            You're very welcome. I've only read a bit, but it does seem interesting.

            I read about the sunflowers. Lately I can't get my sunflowers to grow. This year I didn't even try
            Tuesday is soylent green day

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              I've had a soup like that, green corn, beans, squash and dried chillies and cumin. If I made it i'd add some peanut butter and cook 5 mins more.

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                Originally posted by gamgee View Post
                I just started reading Buffalobird-Woman's account of native American gardening techniques. She was a member of the Hidatsa tribe, born in 1839.

                I have the book, but I found this link if anyone's interested.

                http://digital.library.upenn.edu/wom...en/garden.html
                Thank you so much for this, gamgee. Chapter VII, Storing for Winter was the most enjoyable read for me, being a nerd I found their cache pit design was fascinating!!!

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