Stalking the Wild Sweetgrass

Domestication and Horticulture of the Grass Used in African-American Coiled Basketry

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ISBN: 978-1-4614-5902-6 (Print) 978-1-4614-5903-3 (Online)

Table of contents (18 chapters)

  1. Front Matter

    Pages i-ix

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    Pages 1-11

    Introduction

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    Pages 13-19

    The Beginnings of Change

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    Pages 21-23

    My Time to Get Involved

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    Pages 25-27

    Getting to the Grass Roots of Cultivation

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    Pages 29-32

    Getting More Involved

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    Pages 33-39

    Sweetgrass Utopia in the Southeast: Little St. Simons Island

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    Pages 41-42

    Getting to Know the Basketmakers

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    Pages 43-45

    Sweetgrass Culture Workshop: October 24, 1992

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    Pages 47-49

    The Concept of Large-Scale Sweetgrass Plantations

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    Pages 51-62

    Second Site of Large-Scale Sweetgrass Plantings: McLeod Plantation, James Island

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    Pages 63-67

    Third Site of Large-Scale Sweetgrass Plantings: Dill Sanctuary, James Island

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    Pages 69-82

    Alternative Ways to Access Sweetgrass

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    Pages 83-86

    Sweetgrass Biology

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    Pages 87-93

    Sweetgrass Horticulture: Environmental Considerations

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    Pages 95-105

    Seedling Cultural Practices

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    Pages 107-114

    Field Production Practices

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    Pages 115-116

    Concluding Thoughts

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    Pages 117-118

    Afterthoughts

  20. Back Matter

    Pages 119-119