Economics of the Iroquois
New Era Printing Company, 1978 - 159 páginas
This book gives a succinct account of the economic side of Iroquois society, including their territories, relations within the tribe, food and other material commodities for trade and much more.?
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The Hurons a related tribe living in a similar environment
The sexual division of labor
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Indian Affairs in Colonial New York: The Seventeenth Century
Allen W. Trelease
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