|Reference Source||Reference Type||Archival Data||Comments|
|Rafert, S. 1989||Use - Food||
"Of course, the ground cherry, which is almost extinct now around here [was eaten]. . . and they would still use it, if they could find it. Modern day cultivation and the weed control has got rid of the ground cherry".
|Dablon, C. 1677||Description||
The tubers were called "rosaries" by the early Canadians, because they resembled beads.
|Rafert, S. 1989||Description||
A small bush plant, about the size of a bean plant.
|Dunn, J.P. 1919||Description||
Myaamia name äpikánĭta is similar to apikánakĭ, which is their name for 'peace beads'.
|Dunn, J.P. 1908||Related Info||