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Plants, land and people, a study of Wet'suwet'en ethnobotany Open Access
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Indians of North America--British Columbia--Ethnobotany.
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University of Alberta
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Johnson Gottesfeld, Leslie M.
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Department of Anthropology
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Master of Arts
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Master's thesis. An exploration of the relationship of the Wet'suwet'en people of northwest British Columbia to the plants of their environment. Reviews territoriality, conservation ethics and vegetation management, and discusses traditional plant uses and classification, the role of plant foods in traditional Wet'suwet'en nutrition, and plants used for herbal medicines and material culture.
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