Species Detail

Phaseolus spp.

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Phaseolus spp.
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Myaamia Archival Sources  
Phaseolus spp.
Reference Source Reference Type Archival Data Comments
No Reference Specified Use - Food  eaten.
Olds, Julie, Olds, Dustin and Dani Tippman 1999 Use - Food  speckled green beans brought to Kansas and Oklahoma from Indiana and cultivated
Gatschet, A.S. ca. 1895 Use - Food  modern traditional crop. In the traditional story of Young Thunder William Pecongah; he describes the crops he had growing on his land 160 acres of reserve in central Indiana. "There I planted corn; wheat; potatoes; peas; tobacco; beans; apple trees; pumpkins; watermelons; cucumbers; onions; hay; straw; gooseberries; raspberries; blackberries; currants; turnips; tomatoes; pawpaws; cherries; strawberries; plums; blackhaws; peaches; walnut trees; pecans; hickory nuts; barley and rye."
Charlevoix, P. 1923 Use - Food  beans grown with corn stalks as their support
Dunn, J.P. Circa 1900 Use - Unknown  "kotcisa; bean"
Gatschet, A.S. ca. 1895 Use - Unknown  "kutchissa axki"; bean field; "pawaliaki kutchissahi palakinatchiki"; translated as; the Peorias hull of a quantity of beans
Gravier, J. ca. 1700 Use - Food  cooked and eaten. "ampesi8aki c8tchissaki" translated as "the beans swell while cooking"
No Reference Specified Use - Food  boiled with corn and eaten.
Botanical Sources  
Phaseolus spp.
Reference Source Notes Data Comments
Gonella, M.P. 2003-2005   P. vulgaris common bean is a non-native species cultivated throughout eastern and western Miami lands and North America
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Phaseolus spp.
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