Food Production in Native North America
Food Production in Native North America
An Archaeological Perspective

Kristen J. Gremillion
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This book provides a broad overview of the development of agriculture and other forms of resource management by the Native peoples of North America. Its geographical scope includes most of the continent's temperate zone, but regions where agriculture took hold are emphasized. Temporally, this volume looks back as far as the first indigenous domesticates that emerged in the midcontinental region and follows the story into the era of European conquest.

"This is an authoritative yet accessible book reflecting the distinguished career of the author. It is well indexed with extensive references."—Lytton John Musselman, Plant Science Bulletin

"Gremillion’s synthesis is a generous resource for students and early career researchers seeking to identify meaningful points of engagement in the archaeology of food production, as well as for nonspecialists interested in the current state of research and knowledge on these topics in North American archaeology.” —Grace M. V. Ward, American Antiquity

"This is an excellent book for those interested in the current status of food production in Native North America.” —Seetha N. Reddy, California Archaeology
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