An environmental and cultural history of winter in the colonial Northeast, this book closely examines indigenous and settler knowledge of snow, ice, and life in the cold. A strong addition to the literature on indigenous America and environmental history, this book emphasizes Native perspectives and the science of winter ecology.
Professional & Vocational
Wickman, Thomas M. (Trinity College, Connecticut) /
Cambridge University PressPublication date:
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287 g Pages:
326 pages, Worked examples or Exercises; 13 Halftones, black and white pagesTitle: