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LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - LibraryThing
The native Americans used plants in all aspects of their lives -- for food, shelter, grooming, tanning, basketry, medicine, feasts, ceremonies and magic. Botanist Edith Murphey's informative book includes scientific and native names of plants, detailed descriptions and methods of preparation, traditional recipes, and histories of use. Murphey, who spent 25 years studying the plants used by indigenous people in the intermontain regions, Murphey catalogued an enchanting catalog of Indian folkways. While not away in the field studying plants, Edith Murphey lived in Fort Bragg, California.
Review: Indian Uses of Native PlantsUser Review - Nicole - Goodreads
What a great little book! If I lived on the West Coast or in the Rocky Mountains, I'd buy this. You'll need another good, full color plant identification book to use this to gather. It's set up very ... Read full review