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Ethnobotanical classification system and medical ethnobotany of the Eastern Band of the Cherokee Indians

@inproceedings{Cozzo2004EthnobotanicalCS,
  title={Ethnobotanical classification system and medical ethnobotany of the Eastern Band of the Cherokee Indians},
  author={David N. Cozzo},
  year={2004}
}
The Eastern Band of the Cherokee Indians live in one of the planet’s most floristically diverse temperate zone environments. Their relationship with the local flora was initially investigated by James Mooney and revisited by subsequent researchers such as Frans Olbrechts, John Witthoft, and William Banks, among others. This work interprets the collective data recorded by Cherokee ethnographers, much of it in the form of unpublished archival material, as it reflects the Cherokee ethnobotanical… Expand
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