Ethnobotany of the Okanagan-Colville Indians of British Columbia and Washington

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British Columbia Provincial Museum, 1980 - Ethnobotany - 179 pages

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If you live in Interior Salish lands then you need this book! A wealth of information, some that could save your life! Contains selxcin language for plant names in Okanagan, Sinixt, and Spokane dialects. Information sourced from Salish elders. A must have for libraries and First Nation cultural-centres within this region.  

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Introduction
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Plant Species Used by the OkanaganColville Indian People
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The Role of Plants in OkanaganColville Culture
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