Dec 242013
 

Bookshelf

My friend (and newly qualified Ethnobotanist) Emma Cooper has started a virtual book club. More about Emma’s studies later, as we were a case study in Emma’s thesis.

Her idea is that participants will read a set book every other month and we then discuss this online.

For more details about how this will work and how to take part, please visit Emma’s blog post.

The first book for January 2014 is Buffalo Bird Woman’s Garden by Gilbert Livingstone Wilson. It describes native American Indian agricultural practices of the Hidatsas (meaning ‘willows’) as recounted to him by the mother of his interpreter, Maxi’diwiac.

I very much look forward to reading the book and hope some of my blog readers will join in on Emma’s blog.

To help I have converted the free file of the book on the University of Pennsylvania web site into a pdf file which you can download.
Click on the link to open in a new tab you can then save to your hard drive.
Or right mouse click and ‘Save Link As’ to save the book to your hard drive.

Buffalo Bird Woman’s Garden pdf

 Posted by at 12:06

  2 Responses to “The Plant Nutter’s Virtual Book Club”

  1. What a great idea! Count me in :). Cheers for the PDF share Carl and thanks for the heads up for what promises to be a most interesting venture 🙂

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