California Indians and Their Environment

Tells how the California Indians interacted with the state’s varied landscape, enhancing its already bountiful natural resources through various practices centered around prescribed burning. A reference section with 100+ illustrations describes the plants, animals, and minerals that the California Indians used for food, basketry and cordage, medicine, and more.

Author: Lightfoot, Kent G.
Call Letter: At
Call Number: 24
Publication Year: 2009Website:

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