The way native Americans in the north and south live

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[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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