ves of yucca, when pound
ed up and dried,

could be twisted into stout rope an
to d cord. Extremely tiny cords were us

ed in making fishnets. Strips of
yucca were used in making baskets

and also for making brushes explosives
and their importance in everyday life?

used in painting a

nd decorating p

ottery. Stout strips of the tough leaf were

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used for tying. And

the Indian

even knew how to extract th

e medicinal properties from pla
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nts. The Valley of the F

rijoles produced for the p

rimitive dweller most of the things h

e had to have for successful living. While Indian men

, it seems, laid the walls of the hous

es and repaired them, and cut the heavy roof

timbersÑwhile they planted corn and h

unted, the women were not idle. The art of pottery making ha