Textile Fibers used in Eastern Aboriginal North America
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Textile Fibers used in Eastern Aboriginal North America

By A. C. Whitford
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Table of Contents
  • TEXTILE FIBERS USED IN EASTERN ABORIGINAL NORTH AMERICA
  • CONTENTS
  • INTRODUCTION
  • MONOCOTYLEDONOUS SPECIES
    • ARECACEAE, Reichenb. (Palm Family)
    • BROMELIACEAE, J. St. Hil. (Pineapple Family)
    • DRACAENACEAE, Link. (Yucca Family)
    • JUNIPERACEAE, Horan (Juniper Family)
    • POACACEAE, R. Br. (Grass Family)
    • TYPHACEAE, J. St. Hil. (Cat-tail Family)
    • ZEA MAYS, L. (Indian Corn)
  • DIOCOTYLEDONOUS SPECIES
    • ANONACEAE, D. C. (Custard-Apple Family)
    • APOCYNACEAE, Lindl. (Dog-bane Family)
    • ASCLEPIADACEAE, Lindl. (Milkweed Family)
    • BETULACEAE, Agardh. (Birch Family)
    • CANNABINACEAE, Lindl. (Hop Family)
    • DAPHNACEAE (Mezereon Family)
    • JUGLANDACEAE, Lindl. (Walnut Family)
    • LINACEAE, Dumort. (Flax Family)
    • MALVACEAE, Neck. (Mallow Family)
    • SALICACEAE, Lindl. (Willow Family)
    • TILIACEAE, Juss. (Basswood Family)
    • ULMACEAE, Mirbel. (Elm Family)
    • UMBELLIFERAE
    • URTICACEAE, Reichenb. (Nettle Family)
  • OBJECTS FROM SPIRO MOUND, OKLAHOMA
  • SUMMARY
  • FIBER PLANTS AS IDENTIFIED
  • TABLE OF IDENTIFICATIONS
    • American Museum of Natural History
    • Museum of the American Indian, Heye Foundation
    • Ohio State Historical and Archaeological Museum
    • Milwaukee Public Museum
    • University of Kentucky Museum
    • University of Wisconsin Museum
    • Rochester Museum of Arts and Sciences
    • McGill University Archaeological Museum
    • United States National Museum
    • Peabody Museum, Harvard University
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