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ETHNOBOTANY

The literature of plants and early man in the Southwest

Author: 
W. G. Reed
Article Date: 
April 1951
Language: 
English
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Some plant remine from Montezuma Castle and near-by caves (NA 4007 B and C on Dry Beaver Creek)

Author: 
H. Cutler and L. Kaplan
Article Date: 
April 1956
Language: 
English
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La Lomita Pequena: relationships between plant resource variability and settlement patterns in the Phoenix basin

Author: 
D. Mitchell
Article Date: 
1989
Article Abstract: 
Recent excavations...have provided information about Sedentary period Hohokam subsistence economy and settlement patterns...Botanical data indicate use of a variety of taxa. Charts. Maps
Language: 
English
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Edible wild plants of northern Arizona

Author: 
K. Bartlett
Article Date: 
July 1943
Language: 
English
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An ancient food plant of the Southwest and plateau regions

Author: 
V. H. Jones
Article Date: 
February 2-9, 1938
Article Abstract: 
The use of Indian millet
Language: 
English
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A native Southwestern tea plant

Author: 
V. H. Jones
Article Date: 
December 1942
Language: 
English
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A contribution to ethnobotany

Author: 
J. W. Fewkes
Article Date: 
January 1896
Language: 
English
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