Endnotes Š Decorative Seeds of the New World - North America

1.     Orchard, William C. 1975.  Beads and the Beadwork of the American Indians.  Museum of the American Indian Heye Foundation

2.     Watt, John  1962.  Medicinal and Poisonous Plants of Southeast Africa

3.     Shosteck, Robert 1974.  Flowers and Plants. N.Y. Times Book Co.

4.     Moerman, Daniel E. l998.  Native American Ethnobotany.  Timber Press.  Portland, Oregon

5.     Legend  accompanying a  museum purchase

6.     Gilmore, Melvin R. 1919.  Uses of Plants by the Indians of the Missouri River Region.  AuthorÕs thesis.  University of Nebraska

7.     Stotter, Ruth 1976.  Plant Lore.  Stotter Press.  Stimson Beach, CA

8.     Legend accompanying a museum purchase

9.     Farris, Glenn J. 1982.  PhD thesis abstract.  University of California. Davis

10.  Elmore, Francis H. 1974.  Ethnobotany of the Navaho.  School of American Research.  Santa Fe, N.M.

11.  Moerman, Daniel E. 1998.  Native American Ethnobotany.  Timber Press.  Portland, Oregon

12.  Emboden,, William 1979.  Narcotic Plants.  Macmillan Publ. Co. N.Y.

13.  Dobkin de Rios. 1984.  Hallucinogens:  Cross-Cultural Perspectives.  University of New Mexico Press. Albuquerque

14.  Moerman, Daniel E. 1998.  Native American Ethnobotany.  Timber Press. Portland, Oregon

15.  Felger. Stephen and Mary Beckmoser. 1985.  People of the Desert and Sea; Ethnobotany of Seri Indians.  University of Arizona Press. Tucson, AZ

16.  Whiting, Alfred A. 1939.  Ethnobotany of the Hopi.  Museum of Northern Arizona Bulletin.  No. 15

17.  Stevenson, Matilda Cox. 1908-1909.  Ethnobotany of Zuni Indians.  Thirtieth Annual Report of the Bureau of American Ethnology.  GPO. Washington, D.C.