Food Plants of Interior First Peoples

Food Plants of Interior First Peoples

Book - 1997 | Rev. ed
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For centuries, First Peoples in B.C. have harvested a variety of wildplant foods. Berries, nuts, roots, greens, mushrooms, lichen -- allwere important components of their diets. They learned which plants andplant parts to eat, the best seasons for gathering them, the mostefficient methods of harvesting, and the best ways to prepare them foreating and storage. In this companion book to Food Plants ofCoastal First Peoples, the author describes more than 150 plantfoods used by first Peoples in the interior of British Columbia andnorthern Washington. Originally published in 1978, this new edition isexpanded and updated.
Publisher: Vancouver : UBC Press, 1997
Edition: Rev. ed
ISBN: 9780774806060
0774806060
Branch Call Number: 581.632 TUR 1997
Characteristics: 215 p. : ill
Additional Contributors: Royal British Columbia Museum

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