Table of contents for The earth knows my name : food, memory, and justice in the gardens of ethnic Americans / Patricia Klindienst.

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Contents
Prologue
Vanzetti¿s Garden
Chapter 1. Renewal
Four Sisters Garden at Tesuque Pueblo and Monte Vista Farm 
Española, New Mexico
Chapter 2. Freedom
The Gardens of Two Gullah Elders 
St. Helena Island, South Carolina
Chapter 3. Place
A Polish American Vintner and a Japanese American Berry Farmer 
Bainbridge Island, Washington
Chapter 4. Refuge
The Khmer Growers 
Amherst, Massachusetts
Chapter 5. Memory 
Two Gardeners from Mussolini¿s Italy
Redwood City, California
Leveret, Massachusetts
Chapter 6. Peace
A Punjabi Garden
Fullerton, California
Chapter 7. Community 
The Urban Gardens 
South Holyoke, Massachusetts
Chapter 8. Justice
A Yankee Farmer and Sacred Indian Corn
Epilogue
A Garden Democracy

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Gardeners -- United States -- Anecdotes.
Gardens -- United States -- Anecdotes.
Farmers -- United States -- Anecdotes.
Ethnic groups -- United States -- Anecdotes.
Klindienst, Patricia.