Native American food : from salmon to succotash
Native Americans hunted, fished, farmed, gathered, and raised animals for food. Depending on where they lived, this meant one tribes diet could be vastly different from another tribes. Food is always an attention-grabbing topic, and readers will find this book especially interesting as they learn about the culinary dishes and traditions of a variety of peoples across America. Fact boxes offer additional information and contribute to the eye-catching layout.
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|Location||Call Number /
|Gorham Free Library||J CHAPTER 641.59 SHOFNER (Text)
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