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Food Plants of British Columbia Indians - Part 1/Coastal Peoples

by Turner, Nancy J

Condition: Fair

Victoria: Province of British Columbia Department of recreat. Paperback. 0771988664 264 pages. Index. Glossary. Colour and black and white photos. Reference list. Printed on glossy stock. Errata slip affixed inside front cover. "Coastal Indians had an intimate knowledge of local flora, recognizing and using over 200 species of plants for food, medicine, and other purposes. Few if any plants could be described as being a staple food, but as both Indian myths and anthropological descriptions indicate, at certain times plants were an important supplement to native diet." - Foreword. Unmarked with average wear. Minor moisture exposure to bottom edge. A sound working copy of this wonderful reference. . Fair. 1975. First Edition.


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