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Corn among the Indians of the Upper Missouri

George F. Will

Corn among the Indians of the Upper Missouri

by George F. Will

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Published by University of Nebraska Press .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • North American,
  • Social Science,
  • History - General History,
  • Sociology,
  • Ethnic Studies - Native American Studies

  • Edition Notes

    Bison Book

    The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    Number of Pages323
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL9721727M
    ISBN 100803258461
    ISBN 109780803258464

    When the group plants, it follows traditional protocol outlined in a book Keen found at a fur trading museum near Chadron, Nebraska, called “Corn Among the Indians of the Upper Missouri.”. George E. Hyde has 19 books on Goodreads with ratings. George E. Hyde’s most popular book is Red Cloud's Folk: A History of the Oglala Sioux Indians.

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    Add to Book Bag Remove from Book Bag. Saved in: Memorial of the state of Missouri and documents in relation to Indian depredations upon citizens of that State March 6, Corn among the Indians of the upper Missouri / by: Will, George F. ,, et al. Published: () Indians and. Will, George F., George Hyde (). Corn Among the Indians of the Upper Missouri. William Harvey Miner, St. Louis, and University of Nebraska Press, Lincoln. Little Histories of the North American Indians, No. 5 Google ScholarCited by: 4.


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Hyde (Author) out of 5 stars 3 ratings. See all 37 formats and editions Hide other formats and editions. Price New from Cited by: Corn occupied an important place in the lives of many Native communities that lived along the Upper Missouri River.

In this landmark book, George F. Will and George E. Hyde introduce readers to some fifty varieties of native corn discovered in the Missouri Valley.4/5(3). Corn among the Indians of the upper Missouri by Will, George F.

(George Francis), ; Hyde, George E., Publication date Topics Indians of North America -- Agriculture, Indians of North America -- Missouri River Valley, Corn Publisher Saint Louis, Mo.: The William Harvey Miner Co., inc. Collection cdl; americana Pages: Corn among the Indians of the upper Missouri.

Lincoln: University of Nebraska Press, [, ©] (OCoLC) Online version: Will, George F. (George Francis), Corn among the Indians of the upper Missouri. Lincoln: University of Nebraska. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Will, George F.

(George Francis), Corn among the Indians of the upper Missouri. Saint Louis, Mo., William. Corn occupied an important place in the lives of many Native communities that lived along the Upper Missouri River. In this landmark book, George F.

Will and GeorgeøE. Hyde introduce readers to some fifty varieties of native corn discovered in the Missouri Valley. Equally important, they provide an indispensable overview of Indian agricultural techniques there, including methods of harvesting.

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Buy Corn Among the Indians of the Upper Missouri at nd: George Francis Will. Among them was Cudu, which Will offered from to The Navajo people called the variety Cudai, and regarded it as sacred. But in his book "Corn Among the Indians of the Upper Missouri," Oscar Will's son George notes that they were not the only Native tribe to grow it.

In their book Corn Among the Indians of the Upper Missouri, George Will and George Hyde write: “The Mandans were evidently the first Siouan tribe to reach the Upper Missouri.”.

The Mandan sometimes traded far from home but more often nomadic plains peoples travelled to the upper Missouri villages to trade. For example William Clark in the winter of documented the arrival of thousands of Assiniboine Indians as well as Cree and Cheyenne to trade.

The Mandan bartered corn in exchange for dried bison meat. In their book Corn Among the Indians of the Upper Missouri, George Will and George Hyde place the date of their arrival on the Plains at.

George F. Will co-authored Corn Among the Indians of the Upper Missouri inand this book remains one of the best sources on traditional Great Plains corn. Will collected and grew more than. variety is listed as # 15 in Corn Among the Indians of the Upper Missouri. “Hard Yellow: Flint corn, 8-rowed.

A very pure strain and said by the Indians to be thei ea liest a iet Has 2 to 4 s cke s height of be their earliest variety. Has 2 to 4 suckers; height of stalk 3 to 5 ft.; ears borne 6 to 17 in. above the gorund. Experience and information in “Corn Among the Indians of The Upper Missouri,” a reference book written by George Will and George Hyde inhave O’Brien now believing that the yellow.

Her guide to the characteristics of long-lost Pawnee corn varieties is the book "Corn Among the Indians of the Upper Missouri," written by George Will and George Hyde in Corn among the Indians of the upper Missouri: ISBN () Softcover, Nabu Press, Indians Of The High Plains: From The Prehistoric Period To .The goal of the United States in the Laramie Treaty of was to establish a permanent peace on most of the northern plains and to define tribal territories.

The basic treaty area of the Arikara, the Hidatsa and the Mandan was a mutual territory north of Heart River, encircled on the east and north by the Missouri and on the west by Yellowstone River down to the mouth of Powder River.