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ethnobotany of the Tukuna Indians, Amazonas, Colombia

Linda Leigh Glenboski

ethnobotany of the Tukuna Indians, Amazonas, Colombia

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Published by Universidad Nacional de Colombia in Bogotá D.E .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Colombia,
  • Amazonas (Colombia : Dept.)
    • Subjects:
    • Tucuna Indians -- Ethnobotany.,
    • Indians of South America -- Colombia -- Ethnobotany.,
    • Ethnobotany -- Amazonas (Colombia : Dept.)

    • Edition Notes

      StatementLinda Leigh Glenboski.
      SeriesBiblioteca Jose Jeronimo Triana ;, no. 4
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsF2520.1.T925 G54 1983
      The Physical Object
      Pagination92 p. :
      Number of Pages92
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL2891723M
      LC Control Number84117697

        Though they comprise just % of the population, with around million people representing 87 different tribes, the indigenous peoples of Colombia have had a major impact on the history and evolution of the country’s cultural heart. Known in Spanish as pueblos indígenas, these tribes are distributed widely across Colombia’s landscape, from Amazonia and the . ETHNOBOTANY OF THE Zuñi INDIANS By MATILDA COXE STEVENSON INTRODUCTION T HEREis perhaps no tribe of North American Indians which has interested the intelligent world more than the Zuñi, who live in an arid country in the extreme western part of New Mexico. Their great community pueblo (p1s. 1, 3) occupies the site.   The ethnobotany of Camas Lily production and use by the Kalapuya Indians of Oregon’s Willamette Valley Ap Ma In Western Oregon, April sees the start of the grand bloom of Camas Lily; and with it comes my favorite time of year! Asarum canadense, used to treat a number of ailments including dysentery, digestive problems, swollen breasts, coughs and colds, typhus, scarlet fever, nerves, sore throats, cramps, heaves, earaches, headaches, convulsions, asthma, tuberculosis, urinary disorders and venereal disease. They also used it as a stimulant.


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Additional Physical Format: Online version: Glenboski, Linda Leigh. Ethnobotany of the Tukuna Indians, Amazonas, Colombia. Bogotá D.E.: Universidad Nacional de. Ethnobotany of the Menomini Indians ; Ethnobotany of the Meskwaki Indians Unknown Binding – January 1, by Huron H Smith (Author) › Visit Amazon's Huron H Smith Page.

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The ethnobotany of the Tukuna Indians, Amazonas, Colombia. Biblioteca Jose [eroriimo Universidad Nacional de Colombia, Bogota. HALLE, F, R.A A. OLDEMAN, and P. TOMLINSON. Tropical Trees and Forests. An Architectural Analysis. Springer-Verlag, Berlin. The book provokes many questions aboutotherfactors a researcher maycon­.

It is located in the south of Colombia and borders the departments of Caquetá, Vaupés and Putumayo as well as the Republics of Peru and Brazil.

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Ethnobotany of the Blackfoot Indians. John C. Hellson. National Museums of Canada, as birth control, medicine, horse medicine, diet, and for crafts. From inside the book. What people are saying - Write a review.

We haven't found any reviews in the usual places. Ethnobotany Indians of North America Siksika Indians Social Science. His recent book Native American Ethnobotany () received the “Annual Literature Award” of the Council on Botanical and Horticultural Libraries for View Show abstract. The ethnobotany of the Tukuna Indians, Amazonas, Colombia / Linda Leigh Glenboski De laatste grens: door de groene hel naar de uitstervende indianen van Amazonas /.

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a brief overview of literature on yanomani ethnobotany. The Yanomami I have decided to speak on the ethnobotany of the Yano-mami people here because this group has recently been the topic of much controversy since the publication of the book Darkness in El Dorado by investigative journalist Pat-rick Tierney ().

This book made serious. The Zuni Indians and their uses of plants. New York, Dover, 68 p. Originally published as Ethnobotany of the Zuni Indians, in the thirtieth Annual report of the Bureau of American Ethnology to the Secretary of the Smithsonian Institution.

The Book of Woodcraft and Indian Lore (Garden City, NY, and Toronto: Doubleday, Page and Co., ), by Ernest Thompson Seton (page images at Google; US access only) Account of an Expedition from Pittsburgh to the Rocky Mountains, Performed in the Years(London: Printed for Longman, Hurst, Rees, Orme, and Brown, ), by Edwin James.

ethnobotany of medicinal plants used to cure malaria by 10 knowledgeable indigenous communities from Vaupes Medio, Colombia. Open and semi-structured interviews were conducted with 33 traditional healers representing 10 indigenous communities located in the Colombian southeast.

Concurrently, field trips were conducted to. This is a list of plants used by the indigenous people of North America. For lists pertaining specifically to the Cherokee, Navajo, and Zuni, see Cherokee ethnobotany, Navajo ethnobotany, and Zuni ethnobotany.

This list is incomplete; you can help by expanding it. Abronia fragrans (snowball-sand verbena) Used as both food and medicine. Addeddate Identifier cbarchive__ethnobotanyofthethompsonindian Identifier-ark ark://t3ws9p Ocr ABBYY FineReader   Glenboski LL () The Ethnobotany of the Tukuna Indians, Amazonas, Colombia.

Universidad Nacional de Colombia, Bogotá Google Scholar Hardenburg WE () The Putumayo, the devil’s paradise; travels in the Peruvian Amazon region and an account of the atrocities committed upon the Indians therein. Native American Ethnobotany is the most comprehensive native plant and ethanobotany book I own (and I own LOTS of both books).

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No pictures, no how to grow or prepare the plants/5(68). Book digitized by Google from the library of the University of Michigan and uploaded to the Internet Archive by user tpb. Notes "Forms a part of the results of the ethnological and archaeological research in the upper Rio Grande valley of New Mexico, undertaken jointly by the Bureau of American Ethnology and the School of American Archaeology.

Page 75 - The late ripe Corn is diversify'd by the Shape of the Grain only, without any Respect to the accidental Differences in Colour, some being blue, some red, some yellow, some white, and some streak'd. That therefore which makes the Distinction, is the Plumpness or Shrivelling of the Grain; the one looks as smooth, and as full as the early ripe Corn, and this they call FlintCorn.

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Bell and Bob Olinger. The Waimiri Atroari are a Carib-speaking tribe of Amazonian Indians, whose population has declined since intensive contact with the outside world commenced in the s. This is a study of their ethnobotany, with quantitative data for their use of the tree and liana species in one hectare of terra firme forest.

Seven principal plant use categories are discussed: food. Ethnobotany, systematic study of the botanical knowledge of a social group and its use of locally available plants in foods, medicines, clothing, or religious rituals. Rudimentary drugs derived from plants used in folk medicines have been found to be beneficial in the treatment of many illnesses, both physical and mental.

The ethnobotany of prehistoric cultures is discovered through. This book provides a systematic reconstruction of the ethnobotany of one of the hearths of American civilization, in the prehistoric cultures of the Peruvian Central we learn more about the rise and spread of New World agriculture, it becomes evident that Peru was one of the sources of its Edition: The use of many plants is rapidly being abandoned by most tribes, and knowledge of their ethnobotany will soon be no longer even a memory.

Thus, at the suggestion of Dr. Barrett and Mr. Alanson Skinner, of the Public Museum, investigations into the uses of plants by the Menomini Indians were undertaken.

The text is in two main parts. The first includes the Nitinaht linguistic affiliations and folk taxonomy, vegetation and environment of the homeland along the SW coast of Vancouver Island and the roles of plants in traditional cultures as foods, materials and medicines. In the second part, plants are arranged by species within the categories of algae, lichens, fungi, bryophytes, Cited by: A.

Abronia fragrans (snowball-sand verbena), used medicinally for boils and taken internally when a spider was swallowed. The Kayenta Navajo use it as a cathartic, for insect bites, as a sudorific, as an emetic, for stomach cramps, and as a general panacea.

The Ramah Navajo use it as a lotion for sores or sore mouth and to bathe perspiring feet.; Acer glabrum var. glabrum (Rocky. Publication Information The main body of the Publication Information page contains all the metadata that HRAF holds for that document.

Author: Author's name as listed in Library of Congress records Stevenson, Matilda Coxe (Evans), Title: Ethnobotany of the Zuñi Indians Published in: if part or section of a book or monograph Thirtieth annual report of the.

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Chumash Ethnobotany: Plant Knowledge Among the Chumash People of Southern California. This painstakingly researched and scrupulously documented book, intended for the layperson interested in gaining a deeper understanding of a significant California Indian culture, reveals a landscape seen daily by thousands of people but understood by very.

The work has three related objectives: 1. it is an ethnobotany a work that explores how, through the medium of culture, people shape and are shaped by the environment in which they live, 2.

it is a work that synthesizes results of some 10 years of research done by Pearsall during the Jama Archaeological-Paleoethnobotanical project, and 3. it is. Native American Ethnobotany by Moerman, Daniel E.

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Some of the older men also tell of a great “ trap ”artificially constructed in the Cedar mountains and formerly kept in repair from year to year. This was a great V-shaped runway, the sides of which were fences or walls formed of logs and brush.

Ethnobotany SpottedBird 3 Castetter, E. F., and R. Underhill. The ethnobiology of the Papago. University of New Mexico Bulletin, Biological Series 4 (3).Cited by: 1. This monograph describes the use of nearly botanical species in Blackfoot Indian culture.

The authors' classification of plants has the merit of taxonomical exactness and yet is presented from a Blackfoot point of view which stresses the application rather than systemization of botanical knowledge.

It is thus an indispensable guide, best consulted along with other, more .North American Ethnobotany. American Indian Ethnobotany Program. Within the boundary of the Unites States, over 5 million people are Native American.

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