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Author Black, Meredith Jean.

Title Algonquin ethnobotany : an interpretation of Aboriginal adaptation in Southwestern Quebec / Meredith Jean Black
Published Ottawa : National Museums of Canada, 1980
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Description 1 online resource (ix, 266 pages) : illustrations
Series Mercury series = Collection mercure, 0316-1854
Paper / Canadian Ethnology Service = Dossier / Le Service canadien d'Ethnologie, 0316-1862 ; no. 65
Paper (Canadian Ethnology Service) ; no. 65
Summary Examines the plants used by Algonquin Indians in southwestern Quebec from an ecological and historical point of view
Analysis Algonquin Indians Economic conditions
Algonquin Indians Ethnobotany
Ethnobotany Quebec (Province)
Notes "A Diamond Jenness memorial volume."
Introductory material in English and French
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references (pages 244-250)
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Subject Algonquin Indians -- Economic conditions.
Algonquin Indians -- Ethnobotany.
Ethnobotany -- Qu├ębec (Province)
Form Electronic book
ISBN 1772822272 (electronic bk.)
9781772822274 (electronic bk.)