| Occasionally the Trains
had difficulty matching the informant's narrative with the proper plant.
Here they tried to definitively identify a plant that their native informant
had misnamed. A cross-reference to T3377 shows that Archer did identify
the plant in question as a Castilleja. A specimen of Castilleja
linariaefolia Benth. collected by Train is located on Panel
8. Hunt Institute collections.
|| While Edith Murphey's interviews
with native women repeatedly included birth control information and clear
identification of the associated plants, the exchanges on that topic between
Percy Train and the men who usually spoke for the tribe were difficult to
pin down (see #7). Hunt Institute collections.