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By the Prophet of the Earth

By L.S.M. Curtin






WORKS CONSULTED

Badianus

The Badianus manuscript (Codex Barberini, Latin 241) Vatican Library. An Aztec herbal of 1552. Introduction, translation and annotations by Emily Walcott Emmart with a forword by Henry E. Sigerist, Baltimore. The Johns Hopkins Press. 1940.

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Bartlett, John Russell

Personal narrative of explorations and incidents in Texas, New Mexico, California, Sonora, and Chihuahua . . . during the years 1850, '51, '52, and '53. 2 vols. New York. 1854.

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Beal, Mary

Incense bush. Desert Magazine, Vol. 6, No. 8, El Centro, Calif. June 1943.

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Bennett, Wendell C., and
Zingg, Robert M.

The Tarahumara, an Indian tribe of northern Mexico. Chicago. c. 1935.

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Bryan, Nonabah G., and
Young, Stella

Navajo native dyes, their preparation and use. Recipes formulated by Nonabah G. Bryan, Navajo. Compiled by Stella Young. Illustrated with drawings by Charles Keetsie Shirley, Navajo. Chilocco, Okla. 1940.

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Castetter, Edward F.

Uncultivated native plants used as sources of food. University of New Mexico Bulletin, Biological series, Vol. 4, No. 1. Albuquerque. 1935.

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Castetter, Edward F., and
Underhill, Ruth M.

The ethnobiology of the Papago Indians. University of New Mexico Bulletin, Biological series. Vol. 4, No. 3. Albuquerque. 1935.

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Chamberlin, William H.

From Lewisburg to California in 1849. Edited by Lansing B. Bloom. New Mexico Historical Review. Vol. xx, Nos. 1-4. Santa Fe. 1945.

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Codex Barberini

See Badianus.

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Colton, Harold S.

The anatomy of the female American lac insect Tachardiella larrea. Museum of Northern Arizona, Bulletin 21. Flagstaff. July 1944..

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Culin, Stewart.

Games of the North American Indians. Twenty-fourth Annual Report Bureau of American Ethnology, 1902-1903. Washington. 1907.

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Emmart, Emily Walcott

Trans. See Badianus.

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Emory, W. H.

Notes of a military reconnoissance, from Fort Leavenworth, in Missouri, to San Diego, in California, including parts of the Arkansas, Del Norte, and Gila rivers. Washington. 1848.

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Frazer, James George

The golden bough. Abridged edition. 1 Vol. New York. 1923.

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Hart, Elizabeth

Pima cookery. Pima Jurisdiction Home Extension Lesson Leaflet Series. Pima Indian Agency. Sacaton, Arizona.

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Higgins, Ethel Bailey

Our native cacti. New York. 1931.

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Hough, Walter

The Hopi in relation to their plant environment. American Anthropologist, o. s., Vol. x, No. 2, Washington, Feb. 1897.

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Hough, Walter

Environmental interrelations in Arizona. American Anthropologist, o.s., Vol. n, No. 5. Washington. May 1898.

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Kearney, Thomas H., and
Peebles, Robert H.

Flowering plants and ferns of Arizona. Misc. Pub. 423, U.S. Dept. Agriculture, Washington. 1942.

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Martinez, Maximo

Las plantas medicinales de Mexico. Ediciones Botas, Mexico. 1933. 148

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Mason, Otis Tufton

Aboriginal A m e r i c a n basketry: studies in a textile art without machinery. Annual Report U.S. National Museum for 1901-02. Washington. 1904.

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McClintock, James H.

Arizona, The Youngest State.

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Peebles, Robert H.

See Kearney, Thomas H., and Peebles.

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Russell, Frank

The Pima Indians. Twenty-sixth Annual Report Bureau of American Ethnology, 1904-05. Washington. 1908

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Saunders, Charles Francis

Useful wild plants of the United Stataes and Canada. New York. 1926.

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Saunders, Charles Francis

Western wild flowers and their stories. New York. 1933.

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Smith, William Neil, II

The Papago game of "gince goof." The Masterkey, Vol. 19, No. 6. Los Angeles. November 1945.

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Standley, Paul C.

See Wooton, E. O., and Standley.

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Stone, Eric

Medicine among the American Indians. Clio medica, VII. New York. 1932.

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Toor, Frances

A treasury of Mexican folkways. New York. c. 1947.

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Underhill, Ruth M.

See Castetter, Edward F., and Underhill.

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Whiting, Alfred F.

Ethnobotany of the Hopi. Museum of Northn Arizona, Bulletin No. 15. Flagstaff. June 1939

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Willenbrink, Rev. Antonine.

Notes on the Pima Indian language. Franciscan Fathers of California. (Santa Barbara, Calif.) c. 1935.

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Wooton, E. O.,
Standley, Paul C.

Flora of New Mexico. Contributions from the United States National Herbarium, Vol. 19. Washington. 1915.

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Young, Stella

See Bryan, N. G., and Young.

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Zingg, R. M.

See Bennett, W. C., and ZINGG.

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