Plants in Hawaiian Culture

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University of Hawaii Press, Jan 1, 1993 - Nature - 345 pages
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This introduction to the ethnobotany of the Hawaiian culture before contact with foreigners describes the plants themselves, preparation and uses of plant materials, and how the plants and artifacts made from them were used as food, canoes, houses, wearing apparel, musical instruments, medicine, and
  

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Contents

FIBER CRAFT 27
33
CANOES
48
MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS
80
MEDICINE AND MEDICINAL HERBS
100
DEATH AND BURIAL
120
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