Maenge gardens : a study of Maenge relationship to domesticates
That plants play a large part in the life of primitive peoples does not need any further demonstration. The point was underlined in early anthropoligical research (Fewkes 1896, Hough 1897, Barrow 1900, Robbins, Harrington and Freire 1916) and the bulk of information available since then has but confirmed the fact (cf. for instance Gilmore 1932, Elmore 1943, Whiting 1950, Vestal 1952). With respect to the Maenge there is almost no situation where they can do without plants whether in...[Show more]
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