Andersen, Berniece A.. Uses of native plants in early Mormon country (abstract)

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Title: Uses of native plants in early Mormon country (abstract)

Published in: Forms upon the frontier: folklife and folk arts in the United States, edited by Austin and Alta Fife and Henry H. Glassie

Published By: Forms upon the frontier: folklife and folk arts in the United States, edited by Austin and Alta Fife and Henry H. Glassie Logan: Utah State University Press. 1969. 132-137 p. ill.

By line: Berniece A. Andersen

HRAF Publication Information: New Haven, Conn.: Human Relations Area Files, 2018. Computer File

Culture: Mormons (NT24)

Subjects: Flora (137); Collecting (222); Preservation and storage of food (251); Diet (262); Pharmaceuticals (278); Lumbering (313); Medical therapy (757);

Abstract: This brief source discusses the Mormons' use of plants for wood, food, drink and medicine when they first arrived in Utah. It provides both common and scientific names for the plants mentioned.

Document Number: 36

Document ID: nt24-036

Document Type: Essay

Language: English

Field Date: not applicable

Evaluation: Botanist-4,5

Analyst: Martin Malone ; Eleanor Swanson ; 1978

Coverage Date: 1847-1857

Coverage Place: Utah, United States

LCSH: Mormons

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