Potawatomi food, recipes and subsistence methods
The Potawatomi were primarily farming people. The women planted and harvested corn, beans, squash, and tobacco, as well as gathering wild rice and berries. The men hunted deer, elk, and wild birds and caught fish. The Potawatomis also tapped trees for maple syrup as Michigan people do today.
Potawatomi food and subsistence methods of the past and today's potowatomi traditional recipes.
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