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Nauriat nigiñaqtuat = Plants that we eat

Author: Anore Jones; United States. Indian Health Service.
Publisher: [Alaska?] : A. Jones, ©1983.
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Jones, Anore.
Nauriat nigiñaqtuat.
[Alaska?] : A. Jones, ©1983
(OCoLC)551414057
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Anore Jones; United States. Indian Health Service.
OCLC Number: 11567355
Description: x, 150 pages : illustrations, maps ; 28 cm
Contents: Introduction. What this book is about ; Three reasons to gather wild food ; How Inupiaq words are used in this book ; How to use this book for plant identification --
Introduction to green leaves --
Leaves used with seal oil. Uqpik (river willow) ; Sura (sura-willow) ; Tukkaayuk (sea lovage) ; Ikuusuk (wild celery) ; Ippik (pink plume) ; Asriatchiak (brook saxifrage) ; Quppiqutaq (fireweed) ; Pamiuqtaq (dwart fireweed) ; Patitaaq (wild chive) --
Cooked leaves. Quagaq (sour dock) ; Atchaaqluk (beach greens) ; Qusrimmaq (wild rhubarb) --
Raw and fermented leaves. Iiviaqluk (roseroot) ; Qutliutaq (wooly lousewort) --
Miscellaneous plants. Tilaaquiq (Eskimo tea) ; Miluqutaq (coltsfoot) ; Lamb's quarters ; Kitluq (sourgrass) --
Introduction to berries --
Most important berries. Aqpik (salmonberry, cloudberry) ; Asriavik (blueberry) ; Kikminnaq (lowbush cranberry, lingenberry) ; Paungaq (blackberry, crowberry) --
Less used berries. Tinnik (kinnickinnick, bearberry) ; Igrunnaq (rosehip) ; Tuungaum asriaq (nagoon berry) ; Qunmun asriaq (bog cranberry) ; Nivinnaqutaq (red currants) ; Uqpinnaq (highbrush cranberry) ; American red raspberry ; Kavlaq (black bearberry) ; Anutvak (scarlet bearberry) ; Tulukkam asriaq (common mountain juniper) ; Soapberry ; Dwart dogwood --
Roots. Masru (Eskimo potato) ; Pitniq (grass root) ; Asiachak (horse tail) ; Aigaq (yellow oxytrope) --
Appendix. A. Storage places for leaves and berries ; B. Containers for storing berries and cooked or fermented leaves ; C. Akutuq (Eskimo ice cream) ; D. Let the animals gather your food ; E. Nutritional tables and comments ; F. Warnings--pollution, mold and milk ; G. Poisonous plants (poison water hemlock ; death camas ; monkshood ; wild flag, iris ; wild beach pea ; wild sweet pea ; lupine ; mushrooms) --
Glossary of Inupiaq words.
Other Titles: Plants that we eat
Responsibility: written by Anore Jones.

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