The way native Americans in the north and south live
|[The way native Americans in the north and south live]. Description: Habitations of the native Americans of North and South America. At left is an open Iroquois dwelling with a woman making a corn porridge. Outside of the dwelling three women are pounding maize in a wooden mortar, another is crushing corn, another is making a basket in which to place the flour. At right is a Carib dwelling with hammock. Hanging from the hammock is a manioc strainer used to separate manioc juice. Outside are women peeling and grating manioc, one is sieving flour, another is making bread, and another tends a fire. At bottom on left are manioc plant, sweet potato, and ears of corn. At right is a manioc press. Source title: Algemeine Geschichte de Länder und Völker von America. Erster Theil. Nebst einer Vorrede Siegmund Jacob Baumgartens ... Source place of publication: Halle. Source publisher: bey Johann Justinus Gebauer. Source date: 1752. Record number: 04878-16.
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|way native Americans north south live Habitations Americans of North and South America left open Iroquois dwelling woman making corn porridge three women pounding maize wooden mortar crushing basket place flour right Carib hammock Hanging manioc strainer used juice peeling grating one sieving bread tends fire plant sweet potato ears press Indians West Indies Dwellings Indians of South America Indians of North America Brazil North America Spanish America
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