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Ethnobotany of western Washington

the knowledge and use of Indigenous plants by native Americans

by Erna Gunther

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Published by University of Washington Press in Seattle, London .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Ethnobotany.,
  • Botany -- Washington (State).,
  • Indians of North America -- Washington (State).

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby Erna Gunther with illustrations by Jeanne R. Janish.
    ContributionsJanish, Jeanne R.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination71 p. :
    Number of Pages71
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL18098969M
    ISBN 100295952687, 029595258X
    LC Control Number45004872


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Ethnobotany of Western Washington. Publication Author Gunther. Publisher University of Washington Press Year ISBN X Description A small book, it is a good guide to useful plants in Western N.

America. I had wanted to get this book out there to a wider audience, as to date so little has been published on ethnobotany for any western Oregon tribes.

There is information out there on the rest of the Pacific Northwest (perhaps best known are the works of Nancy Turner focusing on British Columbia and Erna Gunthers classic Ethnobotany of Estimated Reading Time: 1 min.

There are approximat 8 species of plants in North America. Native Americans used about 2, of them medicinally. 9 (Moerman,); a convenient database of all of these plant. Western White Trillium (Trillium ovatum var.

ovatum)By Mark Pistrang. All trillium species belong to the Liliaceae (lily) family and are rhizomatous herbs with unbranched stems.

Trillium plants produce no true leaves or stems above ground. The stem is actually just an extension of the horizontal rhizome and produces tiny, scalelike leaves (cataphylls).

In Ethnobotany of Western Washington (University of Washington Press, ), author Erna Gunther notes both distinctions and confusions between Abies grandis and Pseudotsuga menziesii: according to the Green River informant she consulted, tribe members boiled Grand fir needles as a tea to treat colds, but a Swinomish informant believed Grand.

BOOKS Coffey, Timothy. Abbe, Elfriede Martha. THE FERN HERBAL. Ithaca, Gunther, Erna. ETHNOBOTANY OF WESTERN Seattle: University of Washington PNW QK W2 G86 Hatfield, Gabrielle. ENCYCLOPEDIA OF FOLK THE UNIVERSITY OF WASHINGTON MEDICINAL HERB GARDEN.

Seattle: University of Washington, The People Are Dancing Again: The History of the Siletz Tribe of Western Oregon [Wilkinson, Charles] on FREE shipping on qualifying offers.

The People Are Dancing Again: The History of the Siletz Tribe of Western OregonReviews: This paper is a slightly modified version of one presented at a meeting of The Society for Economic Botany as part of a symposium entitledIntegrated Research in Economic Botany VI: Ethnobotany of Some New World I.

Decem AAAS Meetings. Ethnobotany is the study of the connections between plants and people. It is concerned with native plants that have a history of being used for food and medicine, and extends to those used as the raw materials for houses, clothing, ceremonial items, transportation (e.

canoes), tools and utensils. Virtually all western Washington tribes. Plants of the Pacific Northwest coast: Washington, Oregon, British Columbia Alaska.

book compiled and edited by Jim Pojar and Andy MacKinnon; written by Paul Alaback, et al. Propagation of Pacific Northwest native plants (e-book) e-book by Dr. Robin Rose, Caryn E. Chachulski, and Diane L. Haase. Ancient Pathways, Ancestral Knowledge 2 Volume Set: Ethnobotany and Ecological Wisdom of Indigenous Peoples of Northwestern North America (Mcgill-Queen's Native and Northern Series) Hardcover J on FREE shipping on qualifying offers.

Ancient Pathways, Ancestral Knowledge 2 Volume Set: Ethnobotany and Ecological Wisdom of Indigenous Peoples of Reviews:   Ethnobotany of Western Washington. Publication Author Gunther. Publisher University of Washington Press Year ISBN X Description A small book, it is a good guide to useful plants in Western N.

America. Seashore Life of the Northern Pacific Coast: An Illustrated Guide to Northern California, Oregon, Washington, and British Columbia. University of Washington Press, Seattle. Moerman, Daniel E. Native American Ethnobotany.

Timber Press. Portland, OR. Moore, Michael. Medicinal Plants of the Pacific West. Red Crane Books, Santa Fe, NM. Ethnobotany of Western Washington.

(revised edition), University of Washington Press, Seattle London (revised and reprinted again in ). Haberman, Thomas W. Evidence for Aboriginal Tobaccos in Eastern North America.

American. Antiquity 49(2) Haberman, Thomas W. Comment on McKean Plant Food Utilization. Ethnobotany is a study of interactions between local communities and their natural environment, especially regarding the use of plants in everyday life (Martin ).

Ethnobotany of the California Indians: Aboriginal Uses of Californias Indigeneous Plants. Erna Gunther,Jeanne R. Janish (Illustrator) Ethnobotany of Western Washington: The Knowledge and Use of Indigenous Plants by Native Americans.

Nancy J. Turner Food Plants of Coastal First Peoples (Handbook (Royal British Columbia Museum). As the quote above from Davis suggests, the history of ethnobotany is often framed in a Western context. It is clear, however, that the systematic study of useful plants is not restricted to Western cultures; for example, Li Shizhen published his Compendium of Materia Medica in.

Lloyd, R. Ethnobotanical uses of California pteridophytes by western American Indians. American Fern J. 54(2): Martin, S. (Fleisher, Mark S.The Ethnobotany of the Clallam Indians of Western Washington, Northwest Anthropological Research Notes 14(2), pages ) Clallam Fiber, Mats, Rugs Bedding detail.

Bibliography Book List of Northwest Ethnic Heritage (Washington State British Northwest Coast Native and Native-Style Art: A Guidebook for Western Washington. Univ. of Washington Press, Boyd Ethnobotany of Western Washington: The Knowledge and Use of Indigenous Plants by Native American.

Univ. of Washington,   Medical Botany, Plants Affecting Human Health, is the second edition of a book, Medical Botany, published by Walter Lewis, Ph.

professor emeritus of biology, and Memory Elvin-Lewis, Ph.professor of microbiology and ethnobotany in biomedicine in Arts Sciences at Washington University.

Norton, H. The association between anthropogenic prairies and important food plants in western Washington.

Northwest Anthropol. Res. Notes Google Scholar Norton, H. Evidence for bracken fern as a food for aboriginal peoples of western Washington. The Makah ( m ə ˈ k ɑː ; Klallam: màq̓áʔa) are an indigenous people of the Pacific Northwest Coast living in Washington, in the northwestern part of the continental United are enrolled in the federally recognized Makah Indian Tribe of the Makah Indian Reservation.

Linguistically and ethnographically, they are closely related to the Nuu-chah-nulth and Ditidaht peoples of. An herbaceous perennial relative of ferns, common horsetail consists of two types of stems; sterile, non- reproductive and photosynthetic, and reproductive and non- photosynthetic.

The latter, 10 to 25 centimeters long with brown scale leaves and a 10 to 40 millimeters long spore cone, emerge in spring then wither and give way to the sterile.

Gunther, Erna () Ethnobotany of Western Washington, The Knowledge and Use of Indigenous Plants by Native Americans, University of Washington Press, Seattle and London.

Kapuler, Alan M () System Tree and Kinship Gardening, Peace Seeds Resource Journal, Vol. Peace Seeds publishing, Corvallis, Oregon.

Keeping It Living is an important book that will appeal to scholars interested in Northwest Coast peoples and Native American ethnobotany in general. (Pacific Northwest Quarterly) This book is the first comprehensive examination of how the first people to inhabit what is now the Pacific Northwest managed the land on which they s: 7.

Here is a small sampling of excellent books on the subject for your consideration: Plants of Southern Interior British Columbia; Plants of the Pacific Northwest Coast; Native American Ethnobotany; Ethnobotany of the Okanagan-Colville Indians; Ancient Pathways, Ancestral Knowledge; Ethnobotany of Western Washington; Food Plants of Interior First.

Ethnobotany References. This is a list of references related to ethnobotany - the study of the relationships that exist between peoples and plants. These are relevant, in particular, when looking at the issues of Proto-Flutes and Yucca stalks. The references on this page are a sub-set of the complete list of Flutopedia references.

Malvaceae, or the mallow family, is a family of flowering plants containing over genera with close to 2, species. 5 petals, 5 sepals, bracts (modified leaves located at bottom of the flower), numerous stamens fused together as a column, pistil. The ovary is superior, with axial placentation.

The Flathead Group: An Extract From the Salishan Tribes of the Western Plateaus 45th B. Annual Report, Facsimile Reproduction by Teit, James A.Boas, Franz and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at Among these are the Richard Evans Schultes Award in Ethnobotany from the Healing Forest Conservancy in Washington, DC, the Order of British Columbia, and the Slow Food Award in Biodiversity.

She was elected Fellow of the Royal Society of Canada in.