Teachings of Nature

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Teachings of Nature

Author: Adolf Hungry Wolf

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Book description:
A handbook of outdoor knowledge from various native tribes of North America – lists wild plants and their uses for food medicine, traditional gardening methods, etc. Includes numerous pen and ink drawings.

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