Deerskins and Domesticates: Creek Subsistence and Economic Strategies in the Historic Period

  title={Deerskins and Domesticates: Creek Subsistence and Economic Strategies in the Historic Period},
  author={Barnet Pavao-Zuckerman},
  journal={American Antiquity},
  pages={5 - 33}
Previous research indicates that, following European colonization, animal husbandry did not replace hunting as the primary source of meat in the diet of southeastern Native Americans until the early nineteenth century. However, while the introduction of Eurasian domesticated animals had little immediate impact on the lives of indigenous peoples in the Southeast, the expansion of the European market economy had profound implications for the economic and subsistence strategies of Native Americans… 
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