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Iroquis [sic] foods and food preparation

Frederick Wilkerson Waugh

Iroquis [sic] foods and food preparation

by Frederick Wilkerson Waugh

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Published by Government Printing Bureau in Ottawa .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Iroquois Indians,
  • Indians of North America -- Food

  • Edition Notes

    Bibliography: p. 155-158

    Other titlesIroquois foods and food preparation
    Statementby F. W. Waugh
    SeriesMemoir - Canada. Geological survey ; 86. Anthropological series no. 12, Memoir (Geological Survey of Canada) -- 86, Anthropological series (Geological Survey of Canada) -- no. 12
    The Physical Object
    Paginationv, 235 p. :
    Number of Pages235
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL14645537M

    Food & Shelter & Clothing. The Iroquois were hunters, farmers and fisherman that allowed them to get food in different ways. Most of the food they ate came from crops they grew. Probably the most important crop was corn, which had many ways to be cooked. It was cooked as a porridge, often with beans or other vegetables. Cascade International Foods is a hybrid food company built for the 21st Century. We are passionate about bringing the World of Fruit to a customer’s warehouse, factory or doorstep. “From Anywhere to Everywhere” are words which are commonly uttered in our offices. We are committed that our fruit products will meet the client’s.

    1 cup maple sugar 1/2 cup water 1/2 cup walnut halves (or any nut) and (or) 1 cup dried apricots or prunes Directions: Place maple syrup and water in a small, deep saucepan and heat slowly, without stirring, to the softball stage ( F. on a candy thermometer.). year of pub­li­ca­ti­on ISBN author(s) title; Ignace Gaston Pardies: Short, but yet plain elements of geometry and plain trigonometry.

    The Iroquois have absorbed many other individuals from various peoples into their tribes as a result of warfare, adoption of captives, and by offering shelter to displaced peoplesCanada: 45, Food The iriquios ate a variety of different foods, most of whih they grew themselves. They planted the corn and beans and squash together to promote plant growth. For example the corn acted as poles for the beans and the squash kept the ground moist. Their diet consisted of.


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Genre/Form: Bookplates (Provenance) Additional Physical Format: Online version: Waugh, F.W. (Frederick Wilkerson), Iroquis [sic] foods and food preparation. This book is the result of personal investigations conducted by the author during the years among the Iroquois of Ontario, Quebec, and New York.

Iroquois Foods and Food Preparation Iroquis [sic] Foods and Food Preparation, Volumes Frederick Wilkerson Waugh Snippet view - Iroquis [sic] foods and food preparation. In addition to material culture, Iroquois Foods and Food Preparation contains valuable linguistic and medicinal information useful for language revitalization and recovery of traditional knowledge.

Ironically, Waugh did not publish his research, but left a huge compilation of field notes, manuscripts, photographs and correspondence. Excerpt from Iroquis Foods and Food Preparation Iroquois foods and the customs connected therewith have been the subjects from time to time of ethnological investiga tion.

In most instances, however, such investigations have been concerned with special phases or divisions of the subject, so that a comprehensive treatment of the subject would Cited by: The Iroquois women and children often gathered wild nuts, fruits and vegetables, mushrooms, and eggs (laid by birds and turtles).These wild foods were often eaten if meat was scarce (along with corn, squash and beans).They gathered sunflowers to use to make sunflower oil, which they used to fry food.

They also used sunflower oil for medicinal purposes to treat wounds and as a. Food Preparations, Not Elsewhere Classified Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing prepared foods and miscellaneous food specialties, not elsewhere classified, such as baking powder, yeast, and other leavening compounds; peanut butter; packaged tea, including instant; ground spices; and vinegar and cider.

Food Preparation It was polite for women to always have food in a pot over the fire for their husbands, children, and guests (McCall 13). Only one meal was eaten a day about midday; otherwise you were expected to get food for yourself when you were hungry (McCall 13).

Open Library is an open, editable library catalog, building towards a web page for every book ever published. Iroquois Foods and Food Preparation by F. Waugh, AugustUniversity Press of the Pacific edition, Paperback in EnglishCited by: Iroquis foods and food preparation by F W Waugh and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at The basic diet of the pre-Columbian Eastern Woodland Culture Native Americans (which included the Iroquois and allied tribes) consisted of crops they grew: squash/pumpkings, several varieties of.

Iroquois food, like other Native American food, was based on farming the three basic foods - corn, beans, and squash. Iroquois people also ate a lot of meat and fish and seafood.

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