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Native American Plant Myths - The Old Woman & Planting Corn

24 days ago   |   By It's About Time

1590 North American Atlantic Coast Natives by John White. The village of Pomeiooc was a Native America settlement, designated on de Bry's map of Virginia, Americae Pars Nunc Virginia Dicta, between today's Wyesocking Bay & Lake Landing, North Carolina. John White called the settlement Pomeyoo.
For thousands of years, Earth's indigenous people from separate ethnic groups inhabiting a variety of the planet's climates & terrains have searched for; and created oral myths about plants & animals; & often have used nearby plants as medicine to control ailments afflicting them & their domestic...
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