Ethnobotany of Western Washington: the Knowledge and Use of Indigenous Plants by Native Americans (Publications in Anthropology Series: No. X)

Ethnobotany of Western Washington the Knowledge and Use of Indigenous Plants by Native Americans Publications in Anthropology Series No X Title Ethnobotany of Western Washington The Knowledge and Use of Indigenous Plants by Native Americans Binding Paperback Author ErnaGunther Publisher UniversityofWashingtonPress

  • Title: Ethnobotany of Western Washington: the Knowledge and Use of Indigenous Plants by Native Americans (Publications in Anthropology Series: No. X)
  • Author: Erna Gunther
  • ISBN: 9780295952581
  • Page: 357
  • Format: Paperback
  • Title Ethnobotany of Western Washington The Knowledge and Use of Indigenous Plants by Native Americans Binding Paperback Author ErnaGunther Publisher UniversityofWashingtonPress

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    1. Back in the day, this lady talked to all the puget sound tribes to see what they did with plants. Cool. Really interesting how they do such different things with the same plants. I've also heard that some people would just kind of joke around with 'ethnobotanists' too, those white people studying something they don't know. So that might make sense of the wide variety of uses/answers.

    2. a wonderful collection of uses of local plants from regional peoples, this book is the kinda book that makes you wish you were around to conduct the orginal research.

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