|Reference Source||Reference Type||Archival Data||Comments|
|Lamb, E.W., Shultz, L.W. 1964||Use - Medicinal||
Wild grapes are dried and used for boils and skin disorders.
|Gravier, J. ca. 1700||Use - Food||
"I pick grapes/I remove the skin from grapes".
|Thwaites, R.G. (ed.) 1966||Use - Food||
Wild grapes gathered and preserved.
|Dunn, J.P. 1908||Use - Technology||
Grape vines are used to make fish weirs. Gabriel Godfroy said that the Miamis used not nets or seines for fishing, but used spears, bows and arrows instead, and sometimes used movable weirs made of "wattled brush" and grape vines when fishing in a party, which they would force the fish to the shore.
|Tippman, D. 1999||Use - Food||
Wild grapes gathered and eaten. "Made some beer . . . Not much luck with wine, though".
|Gonella, M.P 2003-2006||Use - Food||
Wild grapes gathered and used to make grape cobbler: "possum [coon] grapes were gathered growing up in trees for making grape cobbler, layered thick in a big rectangular pan".