Terry L. Sargent
Terry L. Sargent reenacts 1830s farmwork and works with livestock from this period. He has spent many years in the animal health field.
Resources created by Terry L. Sargent
- The importance of one simple plant
- In Prehistory, contact, and the Lost Colony, page 2.10
- In Colonial North Carolina, page 6.1
- The natives of America could trace the history of maize to the beginning of time. Maize was the food of the gods that had created the Earth. It played a central role in many native myths and legends. And it came to be one of their most important foods. Maize, in some form, made up roughly 65 percent of the native diet. When European settlers reached the New World, they learned to cultivate Indian corn from their native neighbors.
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- By Terry L. Sargent.