National Geographic : 1937 Jun
© National Geographic Society OFF TO MARKET, WITH TURKEYS, PARROTS, AND SQUASH Even today Indian farmers carry their wares to cities in this fashion, sometimes walking 10 or 20 miles. Native Americans domesticated the turkey long before the Spaniards came. DAUGHTER EARLY LEARNS HER MOTHER'S ART Reeds for these baskets came from swamp lands that once surrounded Tenochtitlan, the Aztec capital. Corn grows beyond the pair, infront of the thatched houses.