eHRAF Subsistence Types - In the new version of eHRAF World Cultures, you can narrow your search by subsistence type.
What is a subsistence type?
A subsistence type is a way people obtain resources to live. Examples of subsistence types include: foragers, horticulturalists, intensive agriculturalists etc.
Go to eHRAF for a list of Cultures and their subsistence types in eHRAF World Cultures
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