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Charles Supplee
1992 Split Twig Horse. Advertisement from La Fonda Indian Shop & Gallery. Santa Fe, New Mexico. In American Indian Art Magazine

Vol.17: No.4, Autumn. Tempe, Arizona: Ironwood Lithographers.

Elpel, Tom
1994 The Ancient Art of Split Willow Sculpture. In Bulletin of Primitive Technology.

No.8, Fall. Society of Primitive Technology.

Densmore, Frances
1974 How Indians Use Wild Plants for Food, Medicine and Crafts.

New York: Dover Publications, Inc.
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Densmore, Frances
1979 Chippewa Customs.

St. Paul Minnesota: Minnesota Historical Society Press.
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Erichsen-Brown, Charlotte
1979 Medicinal and Other Uses of North American Plants.

Dover Publications, Inc. New York.

Foster, Steven and James A. Duke
1990 A Field Guide to Medicinal Plants; Eastern and Central North America.

Peterson Field Guide Series. Houghton Mifflin Company: Boston/New York.
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Hutchens, Alma R.
1973 Indian Herbalogy of North America; The definitive guide to Native medicinal plants and their uses.

Shambhala: Boston.
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Jennings, Jesse D.
1989 Prehistory of North America, third ed.

Mountain View, California: Mayfield Publishing Co.
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Lower, A.
1938 The north American assault on the Canadian forest.

Ryerson. Toronto.

Lowie, Robert H.
1954 Indians of the Plains.

Lincoln and London: University of Nebraska Press.
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Peterson, Lee Allen
1977 A Field Guide to Edible Wild Plants; Eastern and central North America.

Peterson Field Guide Series. Houghton Mifflin Company: Boston/New York.
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Ritzenthaler, Robert E. and Pat Ritzenthaler
1970 The Woodland Indians of the Western Great Lakes.

Garden City, NY: Natural History Press.
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Scott, Colin H.
1989 "Ideology of Reciprocity Between the James Bay Cree and the Whiteman State," in Peter Skalnik, ed., Outwitting the State.

New Brunswick, N.J.: Transaction Publishers.

Speck, Frank G.
1976 Penobscot Man: The Life History of a Forest Tribe in Maine.

New York: Octagon Books.
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Wilbur, C. Keith
1990 Indian Handcrafts; How to Craft Dozens of Practical Objects Using Traditional Indian Techniques.

Chester, CT: Globe Pequot Press.
... has simple instructions for making an eastern Woodlands dug-out canoe using some 'modern conveniences'
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Whitman, Ann H., ed.
1988 Familiar Trees of North America; Eastern Region.

Alfred A. Knopf, New York

Wissler, Clark
1986 A Blackfoot Source Book.

Edited by D. H. Thomas. New York an London: Garland Publishing, Inc.

Other Books relating to Branches, Twigs & Roots you can buy on-line through

Crisca Bierwert
Brushed by Cedar, Living by the River: Coast Salish Figures of Power

Nan McNutt
Cedar Plank Mask (Northwest Coast Indian Art Series)

Patricia A. Taylor
Easy Care Native Plants: A Guide to Selecting and Using Beautiful American Flowers, Shrubs, and Trees in Gardens and Landscapes

Steven A. Roy, Bruce
How Fire Got into the Rocks & Trees: A Story Based on Indian Legend (American Heritage Series)

Laura Waterman Wittstock, Dale Kakkak
Ininatig's Gift of Sugar: Traditional Native Sugarmaking (We Are Still Here : Native Americans Today)

N. Scott Momaday, Natachee Scott Momaday, Don Perceval (Illustrator)
Owl in the Cedar Tree

Ron Hirschi, Deborah Cooper (Illustrator), Edward S. Curtis
People of Salmon and Cedar

Michael Edward Stanfield
Red Rubber, Bleeding Trees: Violence, Slavery, and Empire in Northwest Amazonia, 1850-1933

Lois McConkey, Douglas Tait (Illustrator)
Sea and Cedar: How the Northwest Coast Indians Lived (How They Lived)

Michael Dorris
Sees Behind Trees

Lelooska, Chief Lelooska, Christine Normandin
Spirit of the Cedar People (with CD)

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