Author(s): Jeffrey R. Parsons, Mary H. Parsons
Comprehensive study of the maguey plant and its role in cultural adaptation and cultural change in highland Mesoamerica; includes chapters on maguey cultivation and pulque production, maguey fiber processing and spinning, and the archaeological implications of the available ethnographic and historic information about maguey utilization.
See related books:
96. The Last Pescadores of Chimalhuacán, Mexico, by Jeffrey R. Parsons
92. The Last Saltmakers of Nexquipayac, Mexico, by Jeffrey R. Parsons
Publisher: Museum of Anthropology
Month of Publication: January
Year of Publication: 1990
Location: Ann Arbor, MI
# of Pages: 388
Monograph Series / Number: Anthropological Papers, 82
Tables / Illustrations: 27 tables, 218 illustr.