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Nancy Turner provides an unsurpassed treatment of more than 100 ethnobotanically significant plants that are used for food by Indigenous People living along Canada’s west coast. Each account contains detailed plant descriptions, color photographs, and discussion on the traditional methods of harvest and preparation.
Published: Royal BC Museum, 2010
Subject Listing: Ethnobotany
Contents: 176 pages
- Preface to the First Edition (1975)
- Preface to the Second Edition
- Fern and Their Relatives
- Flowering Plants: Monocotyledons
- Flowers Plants: Dicotyledons
- Appendix 1: Some Non-native Food Plants Used by Coastal First Peoples
- Appendix 2: Some Plants Considered Poisonous or Inedible by Coastal First Peoples
|Dimensions||8.5 × 5.5 × 0.4 in|
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