By: MW Wykoff
The interplay between climate and culture, is the focus of this book on the Great Lakes Iroquois. Looking at a global climate change - the Medieval Optimum in the 13th century - as well as regional and micro-level climate variation affecting and affected by Iroquoian agriculture, Dr. Wykoff incorporates strategies from both social science and natural history to give us a new picture of the Iroquois. His command and integration of the varieties of data and the methodology provide a useful case study for scholars of archaeology, paleoclimatology and ecology.
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