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By Melvin R. Gilmore

A vintage of ethnobotany, Uses of crops by means of the Indians of the Missouri River Region has been enlarged for this Bison booklet variation with thirty drawings, by means of Bellamy Parks Jansen, of crops mentioned through Gilmore. The taxonomic word list has been up to date to boot. Readers will locate right here, very easily defined, the makes use of that Plains Indians made up of the wild crops they gathered and of these vegetation they cultivated for nutrition, garments, medication, and ornamentation. This interesting publication, initially released in 1919, finds cultures that developed in shut concord with their environment.
 

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