Endnotes:  Religious and Secular Beads of India, Nepal and Tibet

1.     Majupuria & Joshi.  1988. Religious and Useful Plants of India and Nepal     

2.     Dalziel, J.M. 1927. The Useful Plants of West Tropical Africa.  Crown Agents for the Colonies, London     

3.     Duke, J.A. & Rodolfo Vasquez. 1994.  Amazonian Ethnobotanical Dictionary. CRC Press. Ann Arbor, MI

4.     Meheshwari, P. 1965.  Dictionary of Economic Plants in India.  New Delhi, Indian Council of Agricultural Research    

5.     Cribb, A.B. & J.W. Cribb. 1982.  Useful Plants of Australia. Wm. Collins. Sydney, Australia

6.     Balee, William.  1994. Footprints of the Forest.  Columbia University Press

7.     Personal Communication Shirley Kiehl

8.     Lewington, Ann. 1990.  Plants for People. Oxford University Press. N.Y.

9.     Personal Communication.  Mary Arapante, Cherokee

10.  Dubin, Lois.  1995. The History of Beads from 30,000 B.C. to the Present.  Concise Paperback ed.     

11.  Francis, Peter Jr.  1984. Plants as Human Adornment in India.  Economic Botany 38(2) 

12.  Majupuria & Joshi.  1998. Religious and Useful Plants of India and Nepal 

13.  Majupuria & Joshi.  1998. Religious and Useful Plants of India and Nepal

14.  Opper, Marie, Jose.  1990. Scented Magic Beads in Africa.  Self-published

15.  Sen Gupta, S.  1965.  Tree Symbol Worship in India.  Indian publication. Calcutta

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