The Role of Chenopodium as a Domesticate in Premaize Garden Systems of the Eastern United States
Author(s): Bruce D. Smith
Editor(s): Bruce D. Smith
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The Role of Chenopodium as a Domesticate in Premaize Garden Systems of the Eastern United States. Bruce D. Smith, Bruce D. Smith. In Rivers of Change: Essays on Early Agriculture in Eastern North America. Pp. 103-131: Smithsonian Institution Press. 1992 ( tDAR id: 219248)
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Sponsor(s): Smithsonian Institution
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