Richard H. Zander, 1990 (e-published 2002)

This bibliography was compiled long ago when research of this type was almost (but not quite) possible by a lone botanist. Although this rather raw list requires considerable checking against the actual sources, it may be of some use to the ambitious. Good luck with it!

Aberle, David F. 1966. The peyote religion among the Navaho. Viking Fund Publ. in Anthropol., no. 42. 454 pp.

Aberle, D. F. & O. C. Stewart. 1957. Navaho and Ute peyotism. Univ. Colorado Studies. Series in Anthropol. 6: 1-138.

Abrams, L. 1940-1960. An Illustrated Flora of the Pacific States, Washington, Oregon and California. Stanford Univ. Press, 4 Vols. (last Vol. by Abrams & Ferris).

Ackerknecht, Erwin H. 1942. Problems of primitive medicine. Bull. Hist. Med. 2: 503-521.

Ackerknecht, Erwin H. 1945. On the collecting of data concerning primitive medicine. Amer. Anthropol. 47: 427-432.

Ackerknecht, Erwin H. 1945. Primitive medicine. New York Acad. Sci., Ser. 2, vol. 8(1): pp. 26-37

Ackerknecht, Erwin H. 1948. Medicine and Disease among Eskimos. Ciba Symposia 10: 916-921.

Ackerknecht, Erwin H. 1971. Medicine and Ethnology. Johns Hopkins Press: Baltimore.

Adovasio, J. M. 1974. Prehistoric North American Basketry. Nevada State Mus. Anthropological Papers #16.

Adovasio, J. M. 1975. Basketry Technology. Aldine, Chicago.

Adrosko, R. J. 1968. Natural Dyes in the United States. Natl. Mus. Bull. 281. Smithsonian Inst., Washington, D. C.

Air Force, U. S. Dept. of. Survival. Air Force Manual 64-5, Dept. of the Air Force, Washington 25, DC. December, 1952

Albes, Edward. 1917. Rice in the Americas. Pan Amer. Union Bul. 44: 137-160, illus.

Alcocer, Gabriel V. 1905. Catalogo de los frutos comestibles mexicanos. Mex. Mus. Nac. An. (ser. 2) 2: 413-488.

Aller, Wilma. 1954. Aboriginal food utilization of vegetation by the Indian of the Great Lakes Region as recorded in the Jesuit relations. Wisconsin Archaeologist 35(3): 59-73

Allport, 1944. Chemistry and Pharmacy of Vegetable Drugs. Chemical Publ. Co., Inc.

Altschul, Siri non Reis. 1973. Drugs and Foods from Little-known Plants: Notes in Harvard University Herbaria. Cambridge, Mass. : Harvard Univ. Press.

American Anthropologist, General Index, Current Anthropological Literature and Memoirs of the American Anthroplogical Association, 1888-1928. Compiled by Alfred V. Kidder, et al. N. P., 1930.

American Philosophical Society. 1940. List of papers and books in the Society’s Publications, classified according to subject. Philadelphia.

Amsden, C. A. Navaho Weaving, Its technic and History. 262 pp. Southwest Museum; also, Rio Grande Press, Inc.

Anderson, E. 1924. White-oak acorns as food. Missouri Bot. Gard. Bull. 12:32-33.

Anderson, E. 1933. Basswood Bark and its use by the Indians. Bull. Popular Information, Arnold Arboretum, Ser. 4. 1(7): 33-37

Anderson, Edgar. 1967 Plants, Man and Life. U. Calif. Press: Berkeley

Anderson, J. P. 1939. Plants used by the Eskimo of the Northern Bering Sea & Arctic Regions of Alaska. Amer. J. Bot. 26(9): 714-716

Anderson, J. R. 1925. Trees and Shrubs, Food, Medicinal, and Poisonous Plants of British Columbia. 165 pp., illus. Victoria, B. C. Dept. Education.

Angier, Bradford. 1966. Free for the Eating. Stackpole Books: Harrisburg, Pennsylvania. 191 pp. plus many illus.

Anonymous (?). Life and medical discoveries of Samuel Thomson and a history ofthe Thomsonian Materia Medica. Lloyd Library Bull. No. 11. Pp. --

Anonymous. 1877. Ancient use of the roots of the lily as an article of food. In Case, L. B. Bot. Index 1: 40-41.

Anonymous. 1884-5. Drugs and Medicines of North America. Bull. Lloyd Library, Cincinnati. No. 28-30. pp. 1-303.

Anonymous. 1886. Drugs and Medicines of North America. Bull. Lloyd Library, Cincinnati. 31: 1-162.

Anonymous. 1886. Indigenous Materia Medica. Proc. Penn. Pharm. Assoc. 140-148.

Anonymous. 1894. Medicinal Plants of Tennessee. Tennessee Dept. of Agriculture.

Anonymous. 1912. Narratives of captivity among the Indians of North America. A list of books and manuscripts on the subject in the Edward E. Ayer collection of the Newberry Library. Newberry Library, Publication 3. Chicago. 120 pp. ---Supplement I. Clara A. Smith comp. Chicago, 1928. 49pp.

Anonymous 1918. Wood and wood products; their uses by the prehistoric Indians of Ontario. Ontario Archaeological Report 30: 25-48.

Anonymous, 1921. Find prehistoric corn in Tennessee stone graves. Jersey Bul. & Dairy World 40: 2588.

Anonymous. 1930. Discover food plant in California desert. U. S. Dept. Agr. Off. Rec. 9(26): 1.

Anonymous. 1933 (4th print. rev., 1946). List of publications of the Museum of the American Indian, Heye Foundation. 8th Edition. Indian Notes and Monographs 49. 32pp.

Anonymous. 1935?* Bibliography, Mesa Verde National Park, Colorado. Mesa Verde National Park, Colo., Occasional Papers, 1.

Anonymous. 1937. Range Plant Handbook. Forest Service, U. S. Dept. Agric. U. S. Govt. Printing Office, Washington. pp. I-XXVI, G1-G125,GL1-GL17, W1-W213, B1-B157.

Anonymous. 1937. Survey of Wild Medicinal Plants of the U. S. Committee on Pharmacognosy and Pharmaceutical Botany. Nat’l. Res. Council.

Anonymous. 1952. The Dakota Indian Feast at the Big Bend. William H. Over Museum. Museum News. 13(7):3.

Anonymous. 1957. List of Publications of the Museum of the American Indian, Heye Foundation. 9th ed. Indian Notes and Monographs, No. 49.

Anonymous. 1958. Indian Yarn. Masterkey. 32:34.

Anonymous. 1960. Medicinal Plants of the Arid Zones. United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization.

Anonymous. 1971. List of Publications of the Bureau of American Ethnology, with index to authors and titles. Bur. Amer. Ethnol. Bull. 200. 134 pp.

Arctander, Steffen .1960. Perfume and Flavor. Materials of Natural Origin. Elizabeth, N. J. : Pub. by the Author.

Arnold, Dorothy, A. 1952. Some recent contributions of the Cherokee Indians of North Carolina to the crafts of the Southern Highlands. MA Thesis: U. Tennessee, Knoxville. 122 pp.

Asch, Nancy B., R. I. Ford, &. D. L. Asch. 1972. Paleoethnobotony of the Koster Site: The Archaic Horizons. Illinois State Mus., Rep. of Investigations, 24; Illinois Valley Arch. Program. Res. Papers,6. 34 pp. Springfield, Ill.

Azevedo, Warren L. d’, et al. 1963. The Washo Indians of California and Nevada. By Warren L. d’Azevedo, S. A. Freed, Ruth S. Freed, P. E. Leis, N. A. Scotch, F. L. Scotch, J. A. Price, J. F. Downs. Preface by S. A.

Barrett. Salt Lake City: Univ. of Utah Press. 6,201 pp. map.

Bacon, A. E. 1903. An experiment with the fruit of red baneberry. Rhodora 5: 77-79.

Bailey, F. L. 1940. Navaho foods and cooking methods. Amer. Anthropol., N. S. 42: 270-290.

Bailey, L. H. 1949. Manual of Cultivated Plants. MacMillan, NY.

Bailey, V. 1914. The wild cotton plant (Thurberia Thespesioides) in Arizona. Torrey Bot. Club Bull. 41: 301-306. Edwards & R. 1942.

Baker, H. G. 1965. Plants and civilization (Fundamentals of Botany Series) Wadsworth. vi + 183 pp., illus.

Baker, Herbert. 1970. Plants and Civilization. Second Ed. Belmont: Wadsworth.

Balls, Edward K. 1962. Early Uses of California Plants. Univ. Calif. Press: Berkeley. 103 pp.

Bamford, F. 1951. Poisons, their Isolation and Identification. 3rd ed. Blariston Co., Phil.

Bancroft, H. H. 1875-76. The native races of the Pacific states of North America. 5 vols. New York: Appleton.

Bandeline, F. J. & W. Malesh. 1956. Alkaloids of Chelidonium majus L., leaves and stems. I. J. Am. Pharm. Assoc. Sci. ed. 45: 702.

Bank, T. B. 1951. Aleut Vegetation and Aleut Culture. Papers of the Michigan Academy of Science, Arts, & Letters. 37: 13-30.

Bank, T. P. 1953. Health and Medical Lore of the Aleuts. Papers of the Michigan Acad. Sci., Arts and Letters. 415-31.

Bank, Theodore P., II. 1953. Ecology of prehistoric Aleutian village sites. Ecology 34(2): 246-264.

Bank, Theodore P, II. 1953. Botanical and ethnobotanical studies in the Aleutian Islands. II Health and medical lore of the Aleuts. Mich. Acad. Sci.,Arts & Lett. Papers, 38:415-432.

Banks, W. H. 1953. Ethnobotany of the Cherokee Indians. MA Thesis, U. Tennessee,Knoxville. 216 pp.

Barbeau, M. 1930. The origin of floral and other designs among the Canadian and neighboring Indians. Proc. International Congress of Americanists. 23: 512.

Barbeau, M. 1958 . Medicine men of the North Pacific Coast. Bull. Nat. Mus. Canada. 152: 95 pp.

Barber, E. A. 1878. Moqui food preparations. Amer. Nat. 12; 456-458.

Barkley, F. A. & H. R. Sweet. 1937. The use of sumacs by the American Indian. Bull. Missouri Bot. Gard. 25: 154-158.

Barkley, W. W. 1936. Drug Collection and cultivation in Mississippi. J. Amer. Pharm. Assoc. 25(12): 1156-1159.

Barrett, Samuel Alfred 1917. The Washo Indians. Milwaukee Public Museum, 53 p. illus. map.

Barrett, Samuel Alfred, 1911. The dream dance of the Chippewa and Menominee Indians of northern Wisconsin. Milwaukee Public Museum, Bull. 1(2):251-406. Lots of plants.

Barrow, Mark V., Jerry D. Niswander, & Robert Fortune. 1972. Health and Disease of American Indians North of Mexico. A Bibliography, 1800-1969. University of Florida Press, Gainsville, xiv, 148 pp.

Barrows, D. P. 1900. The Ethno-Botany of the Coahuilla Indians of Southern California. (Thesis, Ph. D., Univ. of Chicago. ) Univ. Chicago Press.

Barry, J. Neilson. 1929. Use of soil products by Indians. Oreg. Hist. Quart. 30: 43-52

Bartlett., K. 1949 Hopi Yucca baskets. Plateau. 21: 33-41

Barton, Benjamin Smith. 1793 A botanical description of the podophyllum diphyllum of Linnaeus. Trans. Amer. Phil. Soc. 3: 334-347.

Barton, W. P. C. 1817. Vegetable Materia Medica of the United States, or Medical Botany. Vols. 1,2,& 3. Carey & Son, Philadelphia.

Bartoo, Harriette V. 1964. A Survey of College Courses of Economic Botany. Econimic Botany 18:291-310

Bartram, Isaac. 1789. A memoir of the distillation of persimons. Trans. Amer. Phil. Soc. 1:301:304, 2nd edition, corrected.

Bartrem, William. 1853. Observations n the Creek and Cherokee Indians, by William Bartram, 1789. With prefatory and supplementary notes, by E. G. Squier. Amer. Ethnol. Soc. Trans. 3: 1-81.

Bartram, John. 1895. Observations on the Inhabitants, Climate, Soil, Rivers, Productions, Animals, in a journey from Pennsylvania to Onandaga. Reprinted, Geneva 1895.

Basso, Keith H. Western Apache Witchcraft. Anthropological Paper No. 15. University of Arizona Press.

Battle, H. B. 1922. The domestic use of oil among the Southern Aborigines. Amer. Anthropol., N. S. 24:171-182

Baxter, C. & M. Slaytor. 1972. Biosynthesis and turnover of N,N-dimethyltryptamine and 5-methoxy-N,N-dimethyltryptamine in Phalaris tuberosa. Phytochemistry 11:2767-2773.

Beals, R. L. 1934. Material Culture of the Pima, Papago and Western Apache. 44 pp. Berkeley.

Beals, R. L. & J. A. Hester. 1960 A new ecological typology of the California Indians. Acts of the International Congress of the Anthropological and Ethnological Sciences. 5: 411-419.

Beard, J. G. 1916. The collection and cultivation of crude drug plants in North Carolina. J. Elish Mitchell Soc. 31: 167-181.

Beardsley, G. 1939 (1940). The groundnut as used by the Indians of Eastern North America. Papers of the Mich. Acad. Sci. Arts & Lett. 25(4):507-515.

Beardsley, G. 1941. Notes on Cree Medicines. Papers Mich. Acad. Sci. Arts & Lett. 27: 483-496.

Beath, O. A., C. S. Gilbert, & H. F. Eppson. 0939. The use of indicator plants in locating seleniferous areas in western United States. I & II Amer. J. Botany 26: 257-269, 296-315.

Beath, O. A., C. S. Gilbert, & H. F. Eppson. 1940. The use of indicator plants in locating seleniferous areas in western United States. III Further Studies. Amer. J. Botany 27: 564-573,

Beauchamp, W. M. (no date. ) Onondaga customs. J. Amer. Folk-Lore 1(3): 195.

Beauchamp, W. M. 1888. Onondaga Indian names of plants. Bull. Torrey Bot. Club 125: 262-266

Beauchamp, W. M. 1889. Indian Tobacco. J. Amer. Folklore 2: 234.

Beauchamp, W. M. 1886. Iroquois games. J. Americain Folk-lore. 9:269-277

Beauchamp, W. M. 1901 The Good Hunter and Iroquois Medicine. J. Amer. Folk-lore 14: 153-159.

Beauchamp, W. M. 1902 Onandaga plant names. J. Amer. Folk-lore. 15:91-103

Beauchamp, W. M. 1905. Aboriginal use of wood in New York. New York State Mus. Bull. 89:(archeology no. 11) 87-272, 35 plates.

Beauchamp, W. M. 1905. History of the New York Iroquois. N. Y. State Mus. Bull. 78.

Beauchamp, William M. 1922. Iroquois Folk Lore. Empire State Historical Publication XXXI. Ira J. Friedman, Inc., N. Y. 247 pp.

Beauchamp, W. M. 1922. Iroquois Folklore Dehler Press, Syracuse.

Beauchamp, W. M. 1923. The Onondaga Flora. In Frederick Pursh, Journal of a Botanical Excursion. . . . . Syracuse, Dehler Press, pp. 81-110.

Beaver, W. T. 1952. Peyote and the Hopi. Amer. Anthropol. 54:120.

Bell, J. W. 1936. Nature’s Remedies. Sir Isaac Pitman and Sons: London.

Bell, W. H. & E. F. Castetter. 1937. The utilization of mesquite and screwbean by the aborigines in the American southwest. Univ. New Mexico Bull. 314, Biol. Series. 5(2):1-55.

Bell, W. H. & E. F. Castetter. 1941. The Utilization of yucca, sotol and beargrass by the aborigines in the American Southwest. Ethnological studies in the American Southwest. VII. Univ. N. Mex. Bull. 372, Biol. Ser. 5 (5):1-74.

Bennett, M. K. 1955. The food econmy of the New England Indians. 1605-1675. J. Political Economy. 63:369-397.

Benson, L. 1941. The Mesquites and Screw-Beans of the United States. Amer. J. Bot. 28(9):748-754.

Bergen, Fanny D. 1892. Some Bits of Plant Lore. J. A. F. L. 5: from Puckett NN 1926. "Folk Beliefs of the Southern Negro". p. 548.

Bergen, Fanny D. 1896. (need parts 2 & 3). Popular American plant names, parts I&IV. J. Amer. Folk-lore. 7(25):89-104; 9(34):179-193.

Berglunel, B. & Clare E. Bolsley. 1971. "The Edible Wild" Pagurian Press, Ltd., Toronto. Cookbook.

Berlin, Brent. 1971. Speculations on the growth of ethnobotanical nomenclature. U. of Calif., Berkeley. Language-behavior Research Laboratory Working Paper No. 39.

Berlin, Brent. 1973. Folk systematics in relation to biological classification and nomenclature. in R. F. Johnson, P. W. Frank, & C. D. Michener. eds., Annual Review of Ecology and Systematics. pp. 259-271.

Berlin, Brent. 1973. Folk systematics in relation to biological classifcation and nomenclature. pp. 259-271. In Johnston, R. F., P. W. Frank, & C. D. Michener, eds., Annual Review of Ecology And Systematics. Vol. 4. Annual Reviews, Inc.

Berlin, B., D. D. Breedlove, & P. H. Raven. 1966. Folk Taxonomies and Biological Classification. Science 154: 273-275.

Berlin, B., D. E. Breedlove, & P. H. Raven (eds. ). 1974. Principles of Tzeltal Plant Classification. An introduction to the botanical ethnography of a Mayan-speaking people of Highland Chiapas. Academic Press, New York.

Beverly, Robert. 1772. The History of Virginia, Ed. 2. London.

Biddle, N. 1922. History of the Expedition Under the Command of Capts. Lewis & Clark.

Bigelow, Jacob. 1817-1820. American Medical Botany, Being a collection of the native medicinal plants of the United States.

Bigelow, Jacob. 1822. A Treatise on the Materia Medica. Boston, Charles Ewer.

Black, M. 1963. The distribution and archeological signifcance of the marsh elder, Iva annua, L. Papers Mich. Acad. Sci. Arts & Lett. 48:541-547.

Blankinship, J. W. 1905. Native economic plants of Montana. Montana State Agricultural Experiment Station Bulletin. 56:*

Blanton, Wyndham B. 1930. Medicine in Virginia in the seventeenth century. Richmond; William Byrd Press, Inc.

Blanton, Wyndham B. 1931. Medicine in Virginia in the eighteenth century. Richmond; Garret & Massie, Inc.

Boaz, Franz. 1890. Second general report on the Indians of British Columbia. II: The Nootka. British Assoc. Advancement of Science, report.

Boaz, Franz. 1891. Third report on the Indians of British Columba. British Assoc. for the Advancement of Science. Annual Meeting, report. 61:408-409.

Boaz, Franz. 1894/1895. The social organization and the secret societies of tha Kwakiutl Indians, based on personal observations and on notes made by Mr. George Hunt. U. S. Nat’l Museum, Rep’t. 1894/1895 : 311-738.

Boaz, F. 1921 Ethnology of the Kwakiutl. Ann. Rep. Bur. Amer. Ethnol. 35:43-794.

Boggs, R. S. 1938. Folklore bibliography. Southern Folklore Quart. 2:*

Bohrer, V. L. 1957. Chinchweed (Pectes papposa), a Zuni herb. El Palacio. 64:365.

Bohere, Vosila L. 1962. Ethnobotanical materials from Tonto National Monument. Southwest Mon. Assoc. Tech. Ser. 2:75-114

Bohrer, Vorsila. 1970. Ethnobotanical aspects of Snaketown, a Hohokam village in Southern Arizona. Amer. Antiq. 35(4):413-430.

Bohrer, Vorsila L. 1973. Ethnobotany of Point of Pines Ruin, Arizona. W : 10:50

Bohrer, Vorsila L. 1975. Recognition and interpretation of prehistoric remains of Mirabilis multiflora (nyctoginaceae) in the Sacramento Mountains of New Mexico. Bull. Torrey Bot. Club 102:21-25

Bonnerjea, B. 1933. General Index, Annual Reports of the Bureau of AmericanEthnology, Vols. -48 (1879-193l). Ann. Rep. Bur. Amer. Ethnol. 48:25-1221.

Boston True Thomsonian. Boston, Mass. Vol. 1 (1840) and Vol. 2.

Bourke, J. G. 1893. The medicine of the Apache. 9:443-603, pls. 3-8, figs. 439-448.

Bourke, John G. l894. Distillation by early American Indians. 7:297-302.

Bourke, J. G. 1894. Popular Medicine, customs, and superstitions of the Rio Grande. J. Amer. Folk-Lore 7(25):119-146.

Bourke, J. G. 1895. The folk foods of the Rio Grande Valley and of Northern Mexico. J. Amer. Folk-Lore 8:41-71.

Boyd, C. E. 1972. A bibliography of interest in the utilization of vascular aquatic plants Econ. Bot. . 26:74-84.

Bozman, J. L. 1837. History of Maryland, from the First Settlement in 1633. Baltimore.

Bradford. 1856. History of Plymouth Plantation. Mass. Hist. Soc. Coll. Ser. 4,v. III. Boston.

Bradley, C. E. 1956. Yerba de la Fleche. Econ. Bot. 10:362-366.

Brand, D. D. 1939. The Origin and Early Distribution of the New World Cultivated Plants. Agr. Hist. 13:109-117. Edwards & R. 1942.

Brand, Donald D. (ed. ) 1936. Symposium in prehistoric agriculture (of the Southwest). University of New Mexico, Bulletin, Anthropological Series. 1(5):72 pp.

Brant, C. S. 1950. Peyotism among the Kiowa-Apache and neighboring tribes. Southwestern Journal of Anthropology. 6:212-222.

Brant-Sero, J. 1911. O’n¢-dah. J. Amer. Folklore. 24:251.

Brendle, Thomas R. & Claude Unger. 1935. Folk medicine of the Pensylvania Germans; the non-occult cures. Proc. Pennsylvania German Soc. 45(2); 1-303. (Norristown, Pennsylvania German Society)

Brew, J. O. 1943. A selected bibliography of American Indian archeology east of the Rocky Mountains. Excavator’s Club, Papers, Cambridge, Mass. 2(1): Rouse 47.

Briante, John Goodale. 1870. The Old Root an Herb Doctor or the Indian Method of Healing. Claremont, N. H., Granite Book Co.

Brickell, John. (1969, reprint). The Natural History of North-Carolina. xii, xiv, 418 pp. Johnson Reprint Corp., New York, N. Y.

Brinton, Daniel G., M. D. pub. 1889 by Historical Soc. of Penn. A Lenape-English Dictionary. (only published vol., exclusively devoted to vocab. of the Lenape or Delaware Indians) from Weslager, C. A. A New Look at Brenton’s Lenape- English Dict. (notes dialect overlap as a problem in the text). Notes where copies may be examined. Penn. Archeologist vol. 42 Dec. 1972 #4 pp. 23-25.

Brooks, Harlow (Kishka Tanu). 1929. The medicine of the American Indian. N. Y. Acad. Med. Bul. (ser. 2) 5:509-537.

Brown, A. P. 1934. Types of Greens or Potherbs Use in Utah Homes. Experiment Station Circular 104.

Brown, C. A. 1935. The chemical industries of the American aborigines. Isis 23:406-424. Edwards & R 1942.

Browne, John Mason. 1877. Indian Medicine. Reprint from Atlantic Monthly, July, 1866 in W. W. Beach, "Indian Miscellany", Albany, J. Munsell, 1877, 74-85.

Brown, R. 1868. On the vegetable products used by the Northwest American Indians. Edinburgh Botanical Soc. Trans. 9: 378-396.

Brown, T. T. 1930. Plant games and toys of Chippewa children. Wisconsin Archeologist, N. S. 9: 185-186.

Browne, C. A. 1935. The Chemical Industries of the American Aborigines. Isis 23: 406-24.

Bruhn, J. G. 1971. Carnegiea gigantea: The saguaro and its uses. Econ. Bot. 25:320-329.

Bruman, H. J. 1940. Aboriginal drink areas in New Spain. PhD Thesis; U. Calif., Berkley. 243 pp.

Brump, Lucien. 1939. Un curieux aliment mexicain; le charbon, champnigon parasite du mais. La Nature 67(2): 135-136, illus. usual foods of Mexican Indians, esp. corn afflicted by black rust.

Bruggen, Theodore Van 197_. Wildflowers of the Northern Plains and Black Hills. 64 pp. color illus. 

The Badlands Natural History Assoc. in cooperation with the Nat’l Park Service, U. S. Dept. Interior. Bull. #3.  Notes on Indian Uses of Plants. From Garden Journal Vol. 22(3); 89__72.

Bryan, N. G. & S. Young. 1940. Nahavo native dyes, their preparation and use Indian Handcrafts. 2:1-75. Education Division Publ. U. S. Office Indian Affairs. Harrington "67" p. 372.

Bryant, A. T. 1966. Zulu Medicine and Medicine Men. Cape Towm 115 pp. List of 240 Zulu medicinal plants and properties.

Budrow, J. T. 1895. Some Useful Native Plants of Colorado. Courier Printing & Publ. Co. Harrington ‘67 p. 372.

Burnaby, Rev. Andrew 1798. Travels through the Middle Settlements in North America. London.

Burgesse, J. A. 1943. Montagnais cross-bows. Beaver. 274(4):37-39. Burgh, R. F. & C. R. Scoggin. 1948. University of Colorado Studies /series in Anthropology no. 2, the archeology of Castle Park Dinosaur National Monument. Univ. Colorado Press; Boulder. notes on foods. Harrington ‘67 p. 372.

Burlage, H. M. 1968. Index of Plants of Texas with Reputed Medicinal and Poisonous Properties. Publ. by author; Austin, Tex. (sold thru Steinmetz) v plus 272 pp.

Bushnell, D. I. 1909. The Choctaw of "Bayou Lacomb" St. Tammany Parish, Louisiana. Bull. Amer. Ethnology. 48: 37pp.

Bushnell, D. I., Jr. 1909. The Choctaw of Bayou Lacomb, St. Tammany Parish,Louisiana. Cur. Amer. Ethnology Bull. 48. 37 pp., illus.

Butler, Eva. L. 1948. A preliminary outline of Algonquin culture and use of maize in southern New England. Archeol. Soc. Conn., Bull. 22:3-39.

Byers, D. S. 1967. The Prehistory of the Tehuac n valley. Tehuac n Archeological -Botanical Project. Peabody Foundation. U. Tex. Press: Austin.

Cameron, Duncan 1890 Teh Nipison country. In L. R. Masson, ed. Les Bourgeois de la Compagnie du Nord-Ouest. V. 2. Quebec, Imiprimerie G‚n‚ral Cot‚. pp. 229-300.

Campa, A. L. 1932. Pi¤on as an economic and social factor. New Mexico Business Review. 1: 144-147.

Campbell, T. N. 1951. Medicinal plants used by Choctaw, Chickasaw and Creek Indians. J. Washington Acad. Sci. 42: 285-290.

Campbell, T. N. 1958. Origin of the Mescale Bean Cult. American Anthropologist, N. S. 60: 156-160.

Campbell, T. N. 1959. Choctaw subsistence. Florida Anthropologist. 12(1): 9-24.

Capron, L. 1953. The medicine bundles of the Florida Seminole and the Green Corn Dance. Bur. Amer. Ethnol. Bull. 151. Anthropological papers No. 35. Pp. 155-210, pls. 7-15, figs. 7-10.

Carlson, E. J. 1934. Indian rice camps, White Earth Reservation. Indians at Work 2(7):16-23, illus. Edwards & R. 1942.

Carlson, E. J. 1934. Indian rice camps 151 Anthropological papers No. 35. Pp. 155-210, pls. 7-15, figs. 7-10.

Carlson, G. A. & V. H. Jones. 1939. Some Notes on Uses of Plants by the Comanche Indians. Pap. Michigan Acad. of Sci., Arts & Lett. 25:517-542.

Carpenter, E. S. & R. B. Hassick. Some Notes on Arrow Poisoning Among the Tribes of the Eastern Woodlands. Philadelphia Historical Soc.

Carpenter, T. M. & M. Steggerda. 1939. The food of the present-day Navajo Indians. J. Nutrition. 18: 297-306.

Carr, L. 1895. The food of certain American Indians and their methods of preparing. Proc. Amer. Antiquarian Soc., N. S. 10: 155-190.

Carr, L. 1895. The food of the North American Indians. Lend a Hand. 15: 347-354.

Carr, L. G. 1943. Survival foods of the American Aborigine. J. Amer. Diettic Assoc. 19: 845-847.

Carr, L. G. & C. Westez. 1945. Surviving folk-tales and herbal lore among the Shinnecock Indians of Long Island. Jour. Amer. Folk-lore. 58: 113-123.

Carr, L. G. 1947. Native drinks in the Southeast and their values, with special emphasis on persimmon beer. Proc. Delaware County Institute of Sci. 10: 29-43.

Carter, G. F. 1945. Plant Geography and Culture History in the American Southwest. Viking Fund Publ. in Anthropol. #5. 1-140.

Carter, G. F. 1946. Origins of American Indian Agriculture. Amer. Anthropol., ns. 48: 1-21. Rouse 47.

Carter, George. 1948. sweet corn among the Indians. Geographical Review 38(2): 206-22l.

Carter, G. F. & E. Anderson. 1945. A preliminary survey of maize in the South-western United States. Ann. Missouri Bot. Gard. 32: 297-332.

Carter, Kate B. 1950. Pioneer Recipes. Salt Lake City: Daughters of the Utah Pioneers.

Carter, Kate B. 1958. Pioneer Hone Cures of Common Diseases. Salt Lake City: Daughters of the Utah Pioneers.

Cartier, Jacques. 1863. Bref. Recit. Voyages, 1535-36. Tross Ed. Paris.

Carver, J. Travels through th interior parts of North America in the years 1766, 1767, and 1768 Lloyd Library Bull. No. 9; Pp. _______Wycoll.

Carver, Jonathan. 1792. Travels in the Interior Parts of North America. Philadelphia.

Castetter, 1935. Uncultivated native plants used as sources of food. N. Mex. Univ. Bul. Biol. Ser. 4, No. 1, 62 pp. Albuquerque, Univ. N. Mex. Press. (Ethnobiol. Studies Amer. Southw. 1).

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