The Way Of The Earth: Native America And The Environment
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The Way Of The Earth: Native America And The Environment

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In this important book, the author uses native testimony and native texts to show how 'animal masters' and natural gardening protect the land from overuse, how living space is patterned, how human reproduction is controlled, and how the sun is viewed as the overlord of a closed energy system from which nothing may be removed without 'payment.'
Hardcover, 329 pages
Published by HarperCollins Publishers
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