Indians, Maple Sugaring, and the Spread of Market Economics

Author(s): Carol I. Mason

Editor(s): Guy E. Gibbon

Year: 1990


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Indians, Maple Sugaring, and the Spread of Market Economics. Carol I. Mason, Guy E. Gibbon. In Woodland Tradition In the Western Great Lakes: Papers Presented At Elden Johnson. Pp. 37-43: Minnesota Publications in Anthropology Number 4. 1990 ( tDAR id: 56189)

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