2 edition of "Tomahawk" indiangrass found in the catalog.
by U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, Soil Conservation Service in [Washington, D.C.?]
Written in English
|Series||Program aid -- no. 1405, Program aid (United States. Dept. of Agriculture) -- no. 1405|
|Contributions||United States. Soil Conservation Service|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||1 folded sheet (6) p. :|
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Tomahawk Indiangrass is a composite of three seed collections that were made in from native stands in Dickey and Sargent Counties in southeastern North Dakota and in Marshall County in northeastern South Dakota.
Indiangrass, a native perennial, warm-\ season grass, is a major component of the tall grass vegetation. Keywords. Indiangrass, ‘Tomahawk’ An attractive warm season bunchgrass; good for erosion control, landscaping and roadside beautification; provides food and cover for wildlife.
General Product Information. Tomahawk Indiangrass is a tall, perennial, native grass most noted for its long slender leaves. Indiangrass is slow to grow, waiting for warm soil and summer temperatures.
It prefers dry soils and limited rainfall. Indiangrass was a major component of the historical tall grass prairies that dominated the central and eastern United States.
It performs well on land vulnerable to wind erosion and. COVID Resources. Tomahawk indiangrass book information about the coronavirus (COVID) is available from the World Health Organization (current situation, international travel).Numerous and frequently-updated resource results are available from this ’s WebJunction has pulled together information and resources to assist library staff as they consider how to handle coronavirus.
Tomahawk is an American comic book character whose adventures were published by DC Comics during the s, s and s as a backup feature in Star Spangled Comics and World's Finest Comics and in Tomahawk indiangrass book own eponymous series.
He was created by writer Joe Samachson and artist Edmund Good, and first appeared in Star-Spangled Comics #69 (June ). Tomahawk's uniqueness stems in part Created by: Joe Samachson, Edmund Good. Tomahawk-Book VI- The Whi has been added to your Cart Add to Cart.
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Plains Indian Tomahawk Older tomahawk from a Plains Indian museum collection. This war trade hawk has great patina and an old hardwood handle showing good age.
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The same was true during the fur trade era however many of these were presented as presents to the chiefs of tribes to encourage their loyalty, some with elaborate and expensive inlays and craftsmanship. Indiangrass is a perennial, warm-season sod forming grass, native to eastern North America.
It grows 3 to 5 feet tall, with wide blue-green to orange leaves and a dense, panicle (seed head). Used for pasture, forage, hay, conservation mixes and amenity plantings. Spike tomahawks (casse-têtes) are thought to have originated from early ship boarding axes which closely resemble them except for the iron strapping on the sides of the handle.
As with the other types of tomahawks, the terminology varied with the times & the places. The iron spike tomahawk from an infant burial at the Zimmerman site is thought to be the earliest known archaeological example.
By then, the tomahawk’s poll, which is the side opposite the blade, consisted of a hammer, spike or a pipe. These became known as pipe tomahawks, made of a bowl on the poll and a hollowed out shaft, were created by European and American artisans for trade and diplomatic gifts for these Indian tribes.
The Sorghastrum nutans cultivar Tomahawk (PI), released in for its early maturity, winter hardiness and ability to persist in harsh environments, extends the latitudinal adaptation of indiangrass farther north. It originated as a composite of 3 accessions selected from 3 seed collections made in at Ludden, North Dakota (ND), and Britton and Hecla, South by: 1.Native American tomahawks made excellent every day tools.
Native American tomahawks were light weight, and could effectively be used with just one hand. The most important native American tomahawks in history were the ones outfitted with a pipe bowl. It was made from a hollowed out handle on native American tomahawks.View the product label for Tomahawk 4 from Winfield United.
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