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Mann, Rob. 1996. Archaeological excavations at the Ehler Site (12-Hu-1022): An early 19th century Miami Indian habitation site near the forks of the Wabash, Huntington County, Indiana. Prepared by Landmark Archaeological and Environmental Services, Inc, for the Indiana Department of Transportation.

Marquette, Jacques. 1674. Of the first voyage made by Father Marquette toward New Mexico, and how the idea thereof was conceived. In, The Jesuit Relations and Allied Documents: Travels and explorations of the Jesuit missionaries in North America (1610-1791), pp. 333-366, Edna Kenton, editor. New York: Albert & Charles Boni.

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McCafferty, Michael. 2003. Unpublished manuscript. A fresh look at the place name Chicago. Bloomington: Indiana University.

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Olds, Julie, Olds, Dustin and Dani Tippman. 1999. Interview with Mildred Walker. Unpublished interview transcript, Battle Ground, IN. MTO Archives

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Perrot, Nicolas. 1864 (written from 1680-1718, first published I 1864, edited by Reverend Jules Tailha, S.J.). Memoir on the manners, customs, and religion of the savages of North America. Leipzig and Paris. In, The Indian Tribes of the Upper Mississippi Valley and region of the Great Lakes, as described by Nicolas Perrot, French commandant in the Northwest; Bacqueville de la Potherie, French royal commissioner to Canada; Morrell Marston, American army officer; and Thomas Forsyth, United States agent at Fort Armstrong, Vol. I, Emma Helen Blair, ed, pp. 31-182. 1911. Cleveland: The Arthur H. Clark Company.

Peterson, Lee Allen. 1977. Edible wild plants of eastern and central North America. Norwalk, Connecticut: The Easton Press.

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Pinet, Pierre Francois. 1696-circa 1700. Manuscript of Miami, Wea and Illinois words organized by topics. 600pp. Unpublished.

Potier, Pierre. ca. 1740. Unpublished manuscript. From, Robert Toupin, S. J. 1996. Les Presses de l’universite’ d’Ottawa, p. 278.

Rafert, Stewart. 1978. Interview with Swan Hunter (Wapingequah) and Eva Bossley (Nahwahcomoquah). Unpublished field notes. August 10th.

Rafert, Stewart. 1989. Oral history interview with Lamoine Marks, Wabash, Indiana, August 24-25. Unpublished transcript.

Rafert, Stewart. 1992. Miami medicine and use of medicinal plants, 1860-1940. In, Proceedings of the Woodland National Conference Miinetrista Council for Great Lakes Native American Studies, pp. 43-46. Muncie, Indiana: Minnetrista Cultural Center and Ball State University.

Rafert, Stewart. 1992. Interviews with Miami elders, 1977-1992. Unpublished field notes.

Rafert, Stewart. 1996. The Miami Indians of Indiana: A persistent people, 1654-1994. Indianapolis, IN: Indiana Historical Society.

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Sabrevois, Jacques Charles, Sieur de Fleury.

Shea, John Gilmary. 1903. Discoveries and exploration of the Mississippi Valley with the original narratives of Marquette, Allouez, Membre, Hennepin and Anastase Douay. 2nd ed. Albany: Joseph McDonough.

Small, John Kunkel. 1903. Flora of the southeastern United States. New York: Published by the Author.

Steyermark, Julian A. 1963. Flora of Missouri. Ames, IA: The Iowa State University Press.

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Talalay, Laurie, Keller, Donald R. and Patrick J. Munson. 1984. Hickory nuts, walnuts, butternuts, and hazelnuts: observations and experiments relevant to their aboriginal exploitation in eastern N. A. In, Experiments and Observations on aboriginal wild plant food utilization in eastern North America, Patrick J. Munson, ed., pp. 338-359. Indiana Historical Society: Indianapolis.

Thieret, John W. 2001. North American wildflowers: Eastern region. New York: Alfred A. Knopf.

Thornton, William. 1802. Linguistic notes: word list collected from Little Turtle.

Thwaites, Reuben Gold, editor. 1886-1901. Jesuit Relations and allied documents. Travels and explorations of the Jesuit missionaries in New France 1610-1791. Cleveland: Burrows Brothers Co.

Thwaites, Reuben Gold, editor. 1966 (reprint after his death, from 1900 translation/edition by Thwaites). Voyages of Marquette in The Jesuit Relations, 59. [by Jacques Marquette with French and English text]. Ann Arbor, Michigan: University Microfilms, Inc.

Thwaites, Reuben Gold, editor. 1903. A new discovery of a vast country in America, by Father Louis Hennepin. Reprinted from the second London issue of 1698. Chicago: A. C. McClurg & Co.

Tippman, Dani. 1999. Interview with Jim Strack (Uncle). Unpublished audio-recording. November 11, 1999.

Trowbridge, Charles C. 1938. Meearmeear traditions. Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan Press.

Turner, N.J., Thompson, L.C., Thompson, M.T, and Annie Z. York. Thompson Ethnobotany: Knowledge and usage of plants by the Thompson Indians of British Columbia. Royal British Columbia Museum, Memoir No. 3.

Tyner, J.W. 1968. Interview with Rose Carver. September 9th. Unpublished transcript, in MTO Archives.

Van Doren, Mark, ed. 1928. The travels of William Bartram [1739-1823]. Macy-Masius Publishers.

Vestal, Paul A. 1952. Ethnobotany of the Ramah Navaho. Cambridge, Massachusetts: The Museum of American Archaeology and Ethnology, Harvard University, Vol. XL-No. 4.

Vestal, Paul A. and Richard Evans Schultes. 1939. The economic botany of the Kiowa Indians. Cambridge, Mass.: Botanical Museum.

Vezina, Robert. 2002. Ph.D. student at Indiana University. Pers. Comm.. emails.

Vogel, Virgil J. 1970. American Indian medicine. Norman, OK: University of Oklahoma Press. -mostly cited Kinietz 1965 (which cites Anon. 1724 French explorer, writing probably Wheeler-Voegelin, Erminie. 1934-1985. Papers [Manuscripts]. Newberry Library. Ayer Collections, Modern manuscripts.

Wheeler-Voegelin, Erminie. 1944. Mortuary customs of the Shawnee and other eastern tribes. Indianapolis: Indiana Historical Society. Vol.II, 4.

Whitford, A. C. 1941. Textile fibers used in eastern aboriginal North America. Anthropological Papers of the American Museum of Natural History, Vol. XXXVIII, Part I. New York City: The American Museum of Natural History.

Yanovsky, Elias. 1936. Food plants of the North American Indians. U.S.D.A. Department of Agriculture, Miscellaneous Publication 237: Washington D.C.

Zepeda, C. 1999. Acuitlacpalli or Sagittaria macrophylla: a Mexican endemic hydrophyte and a threatened food resource. Economic Botany 53(2):221-223.

Personal Interviews with Tribal Members

Brown, Eugene. 2004b. MNI Language Camp, Peru, IN, August 11th. Brown, Eugene. 2004a. MTO Language Workshop, Miami, OK, June 2-3rd. Brown, Eugene. 2003. MTO Language Camp, Miami, OK, June 7. Dagenett, Ken. 2002, MTO Family Day, Miami, OK, July Dagenett, Ken. 2004. MTO Language Camp, Miami, OK, June. MTO Language Camp, Longhouse, Miami, OK, 6/2/04 Devers, Beth. 2002, 2004. MTO Language Camp at Longhouse, & Pow Wow, June. Devers, Beth. 2003. Annual Meeting, Tribal Headquarters, Miami, OK, July 7th. Dorin, George, Sr. 2004. MNI Language Camp, Peru, IN, August 10th. English, Patty. 2004. MTO Language Camp, Longhouse, Miami, OK, June 2nd. --grew up in Commerce, OK, daughter Deena Garza. Shoemaker, Gary. 2003. Tribal Headquarters, Peru, IN, April 27th. Shoemaker, Gary. 2004. Kokomo, IN, May 28th. Shoemaker, Scott. 2003. Language Camp, Longhouse, Miami, OK, June 7th. Miley, Phyllis. 2003. MTO Pow Wow (Civic Center), Miami, OK, June 6th and Language Camp, Longhouse, Miami, OK, June 7th. McCord, Peggy (Geboe). 2004. MTO Annual Meeting, Miami, OK, June 5th. Garza, Deena. 2004. MTO Language Camp, Longhouse, Miami, OK, June 2nd. --living in Salt Lake City, Utah, mother is Patty English Mullen, Barbara. 2003. MTO Pow Wow (Miami Civic Center), Miami, OK, June 7th. Strack, Mary. 2004. Dani Tippman’s home, Columbia City, IN, February 27th. Tippman, Dani. 2005. Dani’s home, Columbia City, IN, February 27th. Tippman, Dani. 2004. MNI Language Camp, Seven Pillars, Peru, IN, August 10-11th. Tippman, Mary. 2005. Dani’s home, Columbia City, IN, February 27th. Willard, Wanda. 2004. MTO Pow Wow (Fairgrounds), Miami, Oklahoma, June. Walker, Howard, David, Judy, Dagenet, Ken and Mildred Walker. 2004. MTO Language Camp, Longhouse, Miami, OK, June 2nd. Conversation with all four elders. Walker, Mildred. 2003. MTO Language Camp, Longhouse, Miami, OK, June 7th. Walker, Mildred. 2004. MTO Language Camp, Longhouse, Miami, OK, June 2nd. Weisenberger, Jacob “Monty”. 2004. MNI Language Camp, Seven Pillars, August 12th.

Season of Harvest References Used Densmore, Frances. 1974. How Indians use wild plants: for food medicine and crafts. New York, NY: Dover Publications.

Foster, Steven and James A. Duke. 1990. Eastern/Central Medicinal Plants. New York: Houghton-Mifflin.

Gibbons, Euell. 1966. Stalking the healthful herbs. New York: David McKay Company, Inc.

Lincoff, Gary H. 1981. National Audubon Society Field Guide to North American Mushrooms. New York: Alfred A. Knopf.

Moerman, Daniel E. 1998. Native American ethnobotany. Portland, Oregon: Timber Press.

Peterson, Lee Allen. 1977. Edible wild plants of eastern and central North America. Norwalk, Connecticut: The Easton Press.

Interviews with Elders (see above list)

Internet resources (a few)

Turner, N.J., Thompson, L.C., Thompson, M.T, and Annie Z. York. Thompson Ethnobotany: Knowledge and usage of plants by the Thompson Indians of British Columbia. Royal British Columbia Museum, Memoir No. 3.

References Reviewed but NOT USED Charlevoix, Pierre-Francois-Xavier, 1682-1762. Historie et description generale de la Nouvelle France, vol V, p133. New York: John G. Shea, 1866-1872. (from Dunn, 1902. The Mission to the Ouabache. Indianapolis: Bowen-Merrill Co. Indiana Historical Society Publications, vol III, no IV, p255.)

Dunn, 1902. The Mission to the Ouabache. Indianapolis: Bowen-Merrill Co. Indiana Historical Society Publications, vol III, no IV, p255.

Dunn, J.P. 1909. Dunn’s revision of Gatschet’s texts. Manuscript 1699, Smithsonian Institution National Anthropological Archives.

Dunn, J.P. no date. Gatschet’s Story of Kapia. Manuscript 1702, Smithsonian Institution National Anthropological Archives.

Gatschet, Albert Samuel. 1850s-1980s (some earlier). Papangamwa Alsokakana. Manuscript 1695. Smithsonian Institution National Anthropological Archives.

Gatschet, Albert Samuel. 1850s-1980s (some earlier). Miscellaneous linguistic notes. Manuscript 2473, Smithsonian Institution National Anthropological Archives.

Gough, L. and Grace, J.B. 1998. Herbivore effects on plant species density at varying productivity levels. Ecology 79(5): 1586-1594.

Kinietz, William Vernon. 1946. Delaware culture chronology. Indianapolis: Indiana Historical Society.

Larwill,William Chilcot. 1803. Extract from diary, February 24, 1803, concerning trip to Washington D.C. with a group of Indian Chiefs, including Long Beard (a Miami) in the winter of 1802-1803. Historical document 4334-a, Smithsonian Institution National Anthropological Archives.

Morton, Julia F. 1974. Folk remedies of the low country. E.A. Seeman Publishing: Miami, Florida.

Raudot, Antoine Denis or Jacques. 1705-1710. Letters written during their time in Canada (from Kinietz, 1965, The Indians of the Western Great Lakes. Ann Arbor: Univ of Mich. Occasional Contributions No. 10., pp. 385-410).

Shea, John Gilmary. 1903. Discovery and exploration of the Mississippi Valley with original narratives of Marquete, Alloue, Membre, Hennepin, and Anastase Douay. Albany, NY: Joseph McDonough.

Shea, John Gilmary. 1866. Charlevoix, Pierre-Francois-Xavier, 1682-1762. Historie et description generale de la Nouvelle France, vol V, p133. New York: John G. Shea, 1866-1872. (from Dunn, 1902. The Mission to the Ouabache. Indianapolis: Bowen-Merrill Co. Indiana Historical Society Publications, vol III, no IV, p255.)

Spooner, Harry L. 1940. Old Peoria newspapers replete with references to Indians of vicinity. Quarterly bulletin of the Illinois State Archaeological Society. Vol. 3:8-9

Stratton-Porter, Gene. 1911. The Harvester. New York: Doubleday, Page and Co.

The Journal of pharmacology and experimental therapeutics. 1910-1911, volume 2.

References Still to Peruse Nutall, Thomas. 1818. The genera of North American plants and a catalogue of the species, to the year 1817.

Van Vleet, A. H. 1902. Plants of Oklahoma.

www.nativetech.org/plants/index.html --lots of good ethnobotanical info. compiled on northeastern/woodland plants, --individual tribal info. not cited; just put together without references --not used --cite referred by Geoffrey VonBurg, of Indianapolis Museum of Art, gvonberg@ima-art.org