1 edition of Plant lore of an Alaskan island found in the catalog.
Plant lore of an Alaskan island
Frances Kelso Graham
Includes bibliographical references (p. 324-328) and index.
|Statement||Frances Kelso Graham and the Ouzinkie Botanical Society ; technical editor, Evelyn Wiszinckas ; photography by Evelyn Wiszinckas ; illustrations by Barbara Burch & Sandra Coen|
|Contributions||Wiszinckas, Evelyn, Ouzinkie Botanical Society|
|LC Classifications||QK98.5.U6 G73 2011|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||336 p. :|
|Number of Pages||336|
|LC Control Number||2012359123|
1. Author(s): Graham,Frances Kelso, Title(s): Plant lore of an Alaskan island/ Frances Kelso Graham and the Ouzinkie Botanical Society. Country of Publication: United States Publisher: Anchorage, Alaska: Alaska Northwest Pub. Co., c The plant contains Ledol, which is toxic in large quantities and can cause drowsiness, cramps, and heart palpitations. The Alutiq tribe uses the plant for coughs, chest congestion, and tuberculosis, and the plant is used for a wide variety of other illnesses amongst Alaskan Natives. The Athabascan people use Labrador Tea to treat arthritis, colds/flu, .
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Plant Lore of an Alaskan Island identifies the most common plants in the Kodiak Archepelago. It includes edible and medicinal plants, with recipes for preparing for your table plus a special index section of medicinal plants with a brief description of their use.
Native uses of these plants are emphasized, making the book somewhat of an /5(2). Get this from a library. Plant lore of an Alaskan island. [Frances Kelso Graham; Ouzinkie Botanical Society.] -- Describes eighty herbal plants to be found on Spruce Island, Alaska. Includes nutritional value, medicinal uses and recipes.
Written from Spruce Island, near Kodiak, this book contains great info on edible plants (as well as warnings for the poisonous ones) - dedicating 1 or 2 pages per plant, it includes identification, medicinal, survival & Native uses as well as 'modern' uses with recipes for jams, jellies, salads, even Wild Rose Topped Cheesecake!5/5(2).
At the time, I was in the process of writing the first edition of "Plant Lore of an Alaskan Islalnd". It included information our class had learned over our years together, plus added research. The book was published by Alaska Northwest Publishing Company in The new edition includes stories and data gathered over the last 20 : Plant Lore of an Alaskan Island.
and the Ouzinkie Botanical Society. by Frances Kelso Graham. This book is in Very Good condition. Corner bruise to back cover. No writing. Clean pages. Tight and Solid Rating: % positive. Not only is “Plant Lore of an Alaskan Island” a book of ethnobotany, it is also a great survival tool for those venturing the Alaskan wilderness.
About the Author Fran Kelso was born in Connecticut in and moved to Colorado in Inshe. For more information, he suggests the book Plant Lore of an Alaskan Island.
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From the information we gathered, we eventually put together a book that was published by Alaska Northwest Publishing in It was titled, “Plant Lore of an Alaskan Island,” Since its publication, I have put out a second edition, with more drawings and more plants.
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Elder(s) will share traditional plant lore with students to allow observation and harvesting of medicinal plants from the perspective of traditional harvesters. Materials: *Kodiak Alutiiq regional map. An authoritative guide book to more than 70 of Alaska's most common wild edible plants.
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