|Reference Source||Reference Type||Archival Data||Comments|
|Pease, T. C. and R. C. Werner 1934||Use - Material||
"At night most of the men, seated like dogs on mats of round reeds, play with straws. For markers they use the little beans which I have mentioned, which grow on the thorny trees," "They have perhaps five or six hundred of these beans, some of which they stake on each play . . . ".
|Pease, T. C. and R. C. Werner 1934||Description||
"There is another tree which has branches filled with thorns as long as one's fingers. It also has pods which are not so big nor so long, they are full of little beans which are very hard."
|Dunn, J.P. ca. 1900||Related Info||
"kawĭnjakwa, honey locust, thorn tree"