BIBLIOGRAPHY OF ETHNOBOTANY

 

 


BOOKS

 

            Abbiw, Daniel K.  1989.   Useful Plants of Ghana.  Intermediate Technology Publications.

 

            *Alcorn, Janis  1984.  Huastec Mayan Ethnobotany.  Austin, U. of Texas Press

 

*Alexiades, M.N.  (ed.) 1996. Selected Guidelines for Ethnobotanical Research:

             A Field Manual. The New York Botanical Garden, New York.

 

            Allegro, John   1972.   The Sacred Mushroom and the Cross.

 

Anderson, A.B., P.H. May, & M.J. Balick. 1991. The Subsidy from Nature: Palm

Forests, Peasantry and Development on an Amazonian Frontier.

Columbia University Press, New York.

 

            *Anderson, Edgar  1967.  Plants, Man And Life.  Berkeley, U. of Calif. Press.

 

            Anderson, Edward F.  1980  Peyote: The Divine Cactus

 

            Anderson, Edward F.  1993.  Plants and People of the Golden Triangle: 

Ethnobotany of the Hill Tribes of Northern Thailand.  Portland: 

Timber Press /Dioscorides Press.  

 

            Antonil, A.J.    1978.   Mama Coca   (Hassle Free Press)

 

            Ayensu, E.S. 1978.  Medicinal Plants of West Africa.  Algonac, MI: Reference

                        Publications.

 

            The Badianus Manuscript (Codex Barberini, Latin 241), An Aztec Herbal of

1552.  1940.  Introduction, translation and annotations by Emily Walcott

Emmart.  Baltimore.  Johns Hopkins Press.

 

Baker, Herbert.G. 1970. Plants and Civilization. 2nd Edition. Wadsworth

Publishing Company, Belmont, California.

 

            Bakshi, Dwijendra Narayan Guha, Priyadarshan Sensarma and Dulal Chandra

Pal A Lexicon of Medicinal Plants in India .  1st ed. Calcutta, Naya

Prokash.  1999.  xiv, 552 p. ills. 25 cm.

 

Balick, M.J. & P.A. Cox. 1996. Plants, People, and Culture: The Science

of Ethnobotany. Scientific American, New York.

 

            Balick, M.J., E. Elisabetsky, & S. Laird. (eds.)  1995. Medicinal Resources of

the Tropical Forest: Biodiversity and Its Importance to Human Health.

Columbia University Press, New York.

 

            *Bastien, Joseph W.  1989.  Healers of the Andes:  Kallawaya Herbalists

and Their Medicinal Plants.  Univ. of Utah Press.  ISBN O-8748O-278-4

 

            Baumann, Hellmut.  1993.  The Greek Plant World in Myth, Art and Literature.

            Portland:  Timber Press/Dioscorides Press.

 

            *Berlin, Brent.  1992.  Biological Classification:  Principles of Categorization

of Plants and Animals in Traditional Societies.  Princeton Univ. Press.

           

            *Berlin, Brent, Breedlove, Dennis and Peter Raven  1974.  Principles of Tzeltal

                         Plant Classification.  New York:  Academic Press.    

 

            Blake, Leonard W. and Hugh C. Cutler.  2001.  Plants from the Past.  University

of Alabama Press.

    

            Boom, B.M.  1987.  Ethnobotany of the Chácobo Indians, Beni, Bolivia.  New

York:  Advances in Economic Botany.

 

Brooks, Robert R. and Dieter Johannes.  Phytoarchaeology.  Portland:  Timber

            Press/Dioscorides Press.

 

            Breedlove, Dennis E. and Robert M. Laughlin.  2000 (abridged ed.) The Flowering

of Man.  Smithsonian Institution.

 

Brett, John (1994) Dissertation on the Tzeltal---Medicinal Plant Selection Criteria

            Among the Tzeltal (about organoleptic criteria; bitter, sweet/salty, spicy, etc.)

 

            Cheatham, Scooter and Marshall C. Johnston  1995  .  The Useful Wild Plants of

Texas, the Southeastern and Southwestern United States, the Southern Plains,

and Northern Mexico. Vol. 1.  Wild Useful Plants, Inc.:  Austin, Texas.

 

            Chickering, Carol Rogers.  1973.   Flowers of Guatemala.   Univ. of Oklahoma

Press.

 

            Clark, Phil  1964.  A Flower Lover's Guide to Mexico.  Mexico.  Minutiae

Mexicana.

 

            Coe, Sophie  1994.  America's First Cuisines.  U. of  Texas Press.

 

            Coe,  Sophie  1996.  The True History of Chocolate.  Thames and Hudson.

 

            Conklin, Harold C. 1963. The Study of Shifting Cultivation. Studies and

Monographs VI. Union Panamericana.

 

            Cook, F.E.M. 1995. Economic Botany Data Collection Standard. Edited by

H.D.V. Prendergast. Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew, United Kingdom.

 

Corner, E. J. H. 1964. The Life of Plants. University of Chicago Press, Chicago,

 

            Cotton, C.M. 1996. Ethnobotany: Principles and Applications. John Wiley &

Sons, Chichester, England.

 

            Cox, Paul Alan and Sandra Anne Banack (eds.) 1991.  Islands, Plants, and

Polynesians: An Introduction to Polynesian Ethnobotany. Portland: 

Timber Press / Dioscorides Press.     

 

Crosby, A. W. 1986 (1988, 1989, 1990, 1991, 1992). Ecological Imperialism:

The Biological Expansion of Europe 900-1900. Cambridge University

Press, Cambridge.

 

            Curtin, L.S.M.   1984.  By the Prophet of the Earth: Ethnobotany of the Pima. 

Tucson:  Univ. of Arizona Press.

 

            Davis, Wade  1985. The Serpent and the Rainbow.  Warner books.

 

Davis, W. 1996. One River: Explorations and Discoveries in the Amazon Rain

Forest. Simon & Schuster, New York.

 

Davis, Wade. 1998. Shadows in the Sun: Travels to Landscapes of Spirit and

Desire. Island Press, Washington, D.C.

 

            Devaraj, P.  2001.  Forests of Andaman Islands. Dehra Dun, International Book

                        Distributors xiv, 404 p. ills. maps. 23 cm.  List Price: $ 75.00  ISBN:

8170892775   

 

            Dobkin de Rios,  Marlene, 1984.  Hallucinogens: Cross-Cultural Perspectives.

(U. of New Mexico Press)

 

Efron, D.H., B. Holmstedt, & N.S. Kline. 1979. Ethnopharmacologic Search

for Psychoactive Drugs. Raven Press, New York.

 

            Elmore, Francis H. 1943.  Ethnobotany of the Navajo.  The Univ. of new Mexico

                        Bulletin, Monograph Series, Vol. 1, No. 7.

 

Emboden, William.  1972, 1979. Narcotic Plants: Hallucinogens, Stimulants,

Inebriants and Hypnotics, Their Origins and Uses. Collier Books, New

York.

 

            Etkin, N.L. (ed).  1986.  Plants and Indigenous Medicine and Diet.  Newark,

New Jersey:  A Redgrave Book.

 

Etkin, N.J.  (ed.) 1994. Eating on the Wild Side. University of Arizona Press,

Tuscon.

 

Evans, W.C. 1989. Pharmacognosy, 13th edition. Bailliere Tindall, London.

 

            Facciola, Stephen.  1998.   Cornucopia II:  A Sourcebook of Edible Plants.

Cornucopia II: A Source Book of Edible Plants.  ISBN: 0-96280-8725.

Kampong Publications. (713 pages)                               

 

            Farrington, I.S. (ed.) 1985. Prehistoric Intensive Agriculture in the Tropics,

Part 2. BAR International Series 232.

 

            Felger, Richard Stephen & Mary Beck Moser.  1985.  People of the Desert and

Sea:  Ethnobotany of the Seri Indians.  Tucson:  U. of Ariz. Press. ISBN

#0-8165-1267-1

 

            Ford, Karen Cowan   1975.  Las Yerbas de la Gente:  A Study of

Hispano-American Medicinal Plants.   Univ. of Michigan, Anthropological Papers, no. 60.

    

            Ford, Richard I. (ed.)  1978.  The Nature and Status of Ethnobotany.  Ann Arbor: 

Mus. of Anthropology, Univ. of Michigan.

 

            Foster, Nelson and Linda S. Cordell.  1992.  Chilies to Chocolate:  Food the

Americans Gave the World.  University of Arizona Press.

 

Franke, R.W. 1972. The Green Revolution in a Javanese Village. Ph.D.

dissertation. Harvard University, Cambridge, MA.

 

Fredrich, B.E. 1969 Mexicali gardens: Species, function and arrangement in

the Palacio and Carbajal. Thesis. University of California, Los Angeles, CA.

 

            Furst, Peter T.  1976.  Hallucinogens and Culture.   Chandler & Sharp Publishers,

Inc.

 

            Furst, Peter T. (ed)  1972. Flesh of the Gods:  The Ritual Use of Hallucinogens. 

New York:  Praeger.

 

            Glenboski, Linda Heigh.  Ethnobotany of the Tukuna Indians, Amazonas,

Colombia.  (unpub. doctoral diss., Univ. of Alabama)

 

            Gliessman, S.R. (ed.)  1990. Agroecology: Researching the Ecological Basis

for Sustainable Agriculture. Springer-Verlag, New York.

 

González, Roberto J.   2001.  Zapotec Science:  Farming and Food in the

Northern Sierra of Oaxaca.  University of Texas Press.

 

Gremillion, Kristin J. (ed.).  1997 People, Plants, and Landscapes: Studies in

            Paleoethnobotany   Tuscaloosa:  Univ. of Alabama.  (296 pp) 

 

            Grieve, Mrs. M.   1931.   A Modern Herbal.  Harcourt Brace & Co.  (Dover

edition out in two volumes, 1971).

 

            Grime, W.E.  1979.  Ethno-botany of the Black Americans.  Algonac, Mich: 

Reference Publications.

 

            Harlan, Jack R.   1975.  Crops and Man.  Madison: American Society of Agronomy.

 

            Harner, Michael James (ed.)  Hallucinogens and Shamanism.  New York: Oxford 

Univ. Press.

 

Harris, D.R. & G.C. Hillman. (eds.)  1989.   Foraging and Farming: The evolution

 of plant exploitation. Unwin Hyman, London.

 

            Hawkes, J.G.  1983.  The Diversity of Crop Plants.  Cambridge: Harvard Univ.

Press.

 

            Hedrick. U. P. 1972.  Sturtevant's Edible Plants of the World. Dover Publications

1972  ed. ISBN 0-486-20459-6

 

            Heffern, Richard   1974.  Secrets of the Mind Altering Plants of Mexico. 

(Pyramid Books).

 

            Heinerman, John.   1995.  Heinerman's New Encyclopedia of Fruits and

Vegetables.  New York:  Simon and Schuster (Parker Publishing Co.).

 

            Heiser, Charles B.  1985, 1992.  Of Plants and People.   237pp.

 

Heiser, C. B., Jr. 1990. Seed to Civilization - The Story of Food.  Harvard

University Press, Cambridge, MA.

 

            Hernandez, Efraim X.  1971.  Apuntes Sobre La Exploracion Etnobotanica y

su Metodología.  Escuela Nacional de Agricultura SAG,  Chapingo,  Mexico.

 

            Hernandez, Francisco.  1886.  Cuatro Libros de la Naturaleza y Virtudes de las

Plantas de la Nueva España.  Edited by Peñafield.  Morelia.

 

Hill, A.F. 1952. Economic Botany: A Textbook of Useful Plants and Plant Products.

2nd Edition, McGraw-Hill, New York.

 

            Hoffer, A. and Osmond, H.  The Hallucinogens.  New York:  Academic Press.  

 

            Hunn, E.S. 1990. Nch'i-Wana, The Big River: Mid-Columbia Indians and Their

Land. University of Washington Press, Seattle, WA.

 

            Huxley, Anthony. 1974.  Plant and Planet.  New York.  Viking Press.

 

            Jain, S. K.  1999.  A Hand Book of Ethnobotany / S. K. Jain and V. Mudgal.  1st

ed. Dehra Dun, Bishen Singh Mahendra Pal Singh.  xiv, 309 p. ills. 24 cm. 

ISBN: 8121101778     $ 39.70           

 

Johns, T. 1990. With Bitter Herbs They Shall Eat It: Chemical Ecology and the

Origins of Human Diet and Medicine. University of Arizona Press,

Tucson, Arizona.

 

            Krauss, Beatrice H.  Ethnobotany of the Hawaiians  U. of Hawaii,  Harold L. 

Lyon Arboretum Lecture, No. 5.

 

Krieg, M. G. 1964. Green Medicine. Rand McNally, New York.

 

            LaBarre, Weston  1969.  The Peyote Cult (enlarged edition).  Schocken Press.

 

Langenheim, J.H. & K.V. Thimann. 1982. Botany: Plant Biology and Its Relation

to Human Affairs. John Wiley & Sons, New York.

 

            Levetin, Estelle and Karen McMahon.  1998.  Plants and Society.   McGraw-Hill

 

Lewington, A. 1990. Plants for People. The Natural History Museum, London.

 

Lewis, W.H. & M.P.F. Elvin-Lewis. 1977. Medical Botany: Plants Affecting

Man's Health. John Wiley & Sons, New York.

 

            Lipp, Frank  1996.  Herbalism.  Little, Brown & Co.

 

            Lozoya, Xavier and Mariana Lozoya.   1982.  Flora Medicinal de Mexico. 

Primera Parte: Plantas Indígenas.  Instituto Mexicano del Seguro Social.

 

            Mabberley, D. J. 1987 (1997). The Plant-Book: A portable dictionary of the

vascular plants. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge.

 

            Martin, G.J. 1995. Ethnobotany: A Methods Manual. Chapman & Hall, London.

 

            Martinez, Maximino  1969.  Las Plantas Medicinales de Mexico.

 

            McAndrews Gina Marie. 1995.   Utilization of Medicinal Plant Species in the

Zapotec Community of Yatzachi el Bajo, Oaxaca, Mexico. 

Unpublished MA Thesis, Iowa State University.   Used to be at:  http://www.public.iastate.edu/~rjsalvad/gmthesis.html

            Messer, Ellen  1975.  Zapotec Plant Knowledge: Classsification, Uses,

 and Communication about Plants in Mitla, Oaxaca, Mexico.  Ann

Arbor, University Microfilm 1975 3,12, 538. University Microfilm

Publications no. 75-20, 407. 

 

            Minnis, Paul E.  2000 (ed.)   Ethnobotany: A Reader.

 

            Minnis, Paul E. 2003 (ed.)  People and Plants in Ancient Eastern North America.

 

            Minnis, Paul E. 2004 (ed.)  People and Plants in Ancient Western North America.

 

            Moerman. D.   1998.  Native American Ethnobotany.   Timber Press. Oregon.

ISBN 0-88192-453-9

 

            Mortimer, W. Golden   1974.   History of Coca.  

 

            Morton, Julia Frances  1976.  Herbs and Spices.  New York:  Golden Press

 

            Morton, Julia Frances.  1977.  Major Medicinal Plants: Botany, Culture and

Uses.  Charles C. Thomas, Publisher.  ($99.95)

 

            Morton Julia Frances 1981.  Atlas of Medicinal Plants of Middle America:

Bahamas to Yucatan.  Charles C. Thomas Pub Ltd; ISBN: 0398040362

Hardcover (June 1981 Price: $229.95)

 

Nabhan, G. P. 1989. Enduring Seeds. North Point Press, San Francisco.

 

Norman, J. 1990. The Complete Book of Spices. Penguin, New York.

 

            Oliver-Bever, B.  1986.  Medicinal Plants in Tropical West Africa. 

Cambridge Univ. Press.

 

Orellana, Sandra L. 1987.  Indian Medicine in Highland Guatemala.  Albuquerque:

            University of New Mexico Press.

 

            Ortiz de Montellano, B. adn C.H. Browner 1985.  Chemical bases for medicinal

plant use in Oaxaca, Mexico.  Journal of Ethnopharmacology 13:57-88.

 

            Ott, Jonathan   1976.   Hallucinogenic Plants of North America.  (Wingbow 

Press, Berkeley)

 

            Ott, Jonathan.   1993.     Pharmacotheon. 

 

            Pahlow, Mannfried.  1993.  Healing Plants.  Barron's

 

            Pearsall, Deborah M.  2000.    Paleoethnobotany: A Handbook of Procedures.

(second edition).  Academic Press.

 

            Pesman, M. Walter  1962.  Meet Flora Mexicana.  Dale S. King, Globe, Ariz.

 

            Piperno, Dolores and Deborah M. Pearsall. 1998.  The Origins of Agriculture in

 the Lowland Neotropics.  Academic Press.

 

            Plotkin, Mark J.  1993.  Tales of a Shaman's Apprentice:  An Ethnobotanist Searches

for New Medicines in the Amazon Rain Forest.  Viking.

 

            Pollan, Michael.  2001.   The Botany of Desire:  A Plant's-Eye View of  the World.

                        Random House.  271 pp.

 

Posey, D.A. & W.L. Overal. (eds.)  1990.  Ethnobiology: Implications and applications.

 Proceedings of the First International Congress of Ethnobiology, Belem,

Para, July 1988. Museu Paraense Emilio Goeldi, Belem.

 

            Prance, Ghillean Tolmie and Anne E Prance.  1993.  Bark: The Formation,

 Characteristics, and Uses of Bark Around the World. Portland: 

Timber Press/Dioscorides Press.

 

            Prance, G.T. and J.A. Kallunki.  1984.  Ethnobotany in the Neotropics.  New

York:  Advances in Economic Botany.

 

            Reko, Blas Pablo  1945.  Mitobotanica Zapoteca.  Edicion del autor.  general

Leon 9, Tacubaya, Mexico.

 

            Richardson, Norman, Stubbs, Thomas, and W. Norman Richardson.  1978. 

Plants, Agriculture and Human Society.

 

            Riedlinger, Thomas J. (ed.). 1990.  The Sacred Mushroom Seeker:  Essays for R.

Gordon Wason.  Portland:  Timber Press/Dioscorides Press.

 

            Rindos, David.  1984.  The Origins of Agriculture: An Evolutionary Perspective. 

New York: Academic Press.

           

            Rival, Laura (ed.)  1998.  The Social Life of Trees - Anthropological perspectives on

tree symbolism.   Berg: Oxford, UK.   (150 Colwely Road, Oxford OX4 1JJ,

UK; 1998, ISBN 1 85973 928 8, 315 pages, £14.9)

 

            Roddick, Anita.  1990.  Plants for People.  Natural History Museum Publications.

London

 

            Rodin, R.J.  1985.  Ethnobotany of the Kwanyama Ovambos.   Missouri Botanical

Gardens:  St. Louis

 

            Rose, Richard 1977   Mushroom Stones of Mesoamerica (Ph.D. Dissertation)

 

            Roys, Ralph L.  1931. The Ethnobotany of the Maya.  Pub. 2, New Orleans:  

Tulane Univ. Press.

 

            Samuelsson, G. 1992. Drugs of Natural Origin. Swedish Pharmaceutical Press,

 Stockholm.

 

            Sarrukan and Campbell Pennington. 199   Arboles Tropicales de Mexico. 

 

            Sauer, J.D.  1988.   Plant Migration:  The Dynamics of Geographic Patterning in

Seed Plant Species.   Univ. of Calif. Press.

 

Sauer, J. D. 1994. Historical Geography of Crop Plants. CRC Press, Boca Raton,

 

            Schauenberg, Paul and Ferdinand Paris.  1977.   Guide to Medicinal Plants.  

Lutterworth Press.

 

            Schery, Robert W. 1972.   Plants for Man.  Prentice Hall

 

            Schleiffer,  Hedwig  1973.  Sacred Narcotic Plants of the New World Indians:

An Anthology of Texts From the 16th Century to Date.  New York: Harper Press.

 

            Schultes, Richard Evans,  1941.  A Contribution To Our Knowledge of Rivea corymbosa,

 The Narcotic Ololiuhqui of the Aztecs.  Cambridge, Mass:  Botanical Museum

of Harvard University

 

            Schultes, Richard Evans,  1976.   Hallucinogenic Plants.   (Golden Guide)

 

Schultes, R. E. & A. Hofmann. 1979 (1992). Plants of the Gods: Origins of

 Hallucinogenic Use. McGraw-Hill, New York.

 

            Schultes, Richard Evans and Siri Von Reis (eds.).   1995.  Ethnobotany:  Evolution

of a Discipline.  Timber Press.

 

            Schultes, Richard Evans and Robert F. Raffauf.  1990.  The Healing Forest: 

Medicinal and Toxic Plants of the Northwest Amazonia.  Portland:  Timber

Press / Dioscorides Press.

 

            Simoons, Frederick J.   1998.  Plants of Life, Plants of Death. Madison:U of

Wisconsin Press. (an electronic book)

http://www.netLibrary.com/urlapi.asp?action=summary&v=1&bookid=18993 

 

            Simpson, Beryl B. and Molly Connor-Ogorzaly.  2000.  Economic Botany: Plants in

Our World.  (3rd Ed.).  McGraw Hill   544 pp.

 

            Simpson, Beryl B. and Molly Connor-Ogorzaly   1986.  Economic Botany: Plants

in Our World (1st ed.).   McGraw-hill, inc., New York.  640 pp.

 

            Singh, V. and R. P. Pandey, Ethnobotany of Rajasthan, India.  1st ed. Jodhpur,

Scientific Publishers.  1998.  xxii, 367 p. ills. (partly col.). 25 cm.

 

            Spess, David.  2000.   Soma:  The Divine Hallucinogen.    (Identifies soma as Nelumbo)

 

            Standley, Paul c.  1920-1926.  Trees and Shrubs of Mexico.  Contr. U.S. Nat. Herb,

 G.P.O., Wash. D.C.

 

            Standley, Paul C. and Julian A. Steyermark.  1946-77.  Flora of Guatemala. 

Fieldiana:  Botany.   Chicago:  Field Museum of Natural History.

 

            Stevenson, Matilda Coxe.   Ethnobotany of the Zuni Indians,  Thirtieth Annual Report

of the Bureau of American Ethnology,  1908-1909.  Washinton, D.C.

pp. 169-176.

 

            Stuart, Malcolm, Ed.   1979.   The Encyclopedia of Herbs and Herbalism.   Grossett

& Dunlap.

 

Taylor, N. 1965. Plant Drugs That Changed the World. Dodd, Mead, New York.

 

Tippo, O. & W.L. Stern. 1977. Humanistic Botany. W.W. Norton, New York.

 

            Towle, Margaret A.  1961.  The Ethnobotany of Pre-Columbian Peru.  Viking

Fund Publications in Anthropology, no. 3O.  Chicago:  Aldine.   

 

            Tripplett, Kirsten  1999.    Plant Resin Technology Among Colonial and Modern Maya

of Guatemala.   Unpublished Doctoral Dissertation,  University of Texas at

Austin

 

            Trivedi, Pravin Chandra (ed.). 2002  Ethnobotany.  Aavishkar Publishers.  xvi, 455 p.

ills. List Price: $ 85.00.  ISBN: 8179100251    

 

            Turner, Nancy.   1999.  Plant Technology of  First Peoples in British Columbia.  

 

            Tyler, V.E., L.R. Brady, & J.E. Robbers. 1988. Pharmacognosy. Lea & Febiger,

 Philadelphia.

 

            Valladares, Leon A.   1957.  El Hombre y el Maíz:  Etnografía y etnopsicología

de Coltenango.  Univ. de San Carlos. 

 

            Vogel, Virgil J. American Indian Medicine.  Norman: U.of Oklahoma Press.(602 pp)

 

            Voeks, Robert A.   1997.  Sacred Leaves of Candomblé.   Univ. of  Texas Press.

 

            Vogel, Virgil J.   1970.    American Indian Medicine.  Univ. of Oklahoma Press.

 

 

            Wasson, R. Gordon, 1967.   Soma, Divine Mushroom of Immortality.  (Identifies soma

as Amanita Muscaria)

 

            Wasson, R. Gordon, 198O.   The Wondrous Mushroom.  McGraw Hill.  

(The bibliography, in part annotated, is very useful)

 

Wiggins, Ira 1975.  Vegetation and Flora of the Sonoran Desert.

ISBN #080470 1636

 

            Weiss, Janna   1998.   Diagnostic Concepts and Medicinal Plant Use of the

Chatino (Oaxaca, Mexico) With a Comparison of Chinese Medicine.

Unpublished doctoral dissertation, University of Texas at Austin.

 

            Zigmond, Maurice L.  1981.  Kawaiisu Ethnobotany. [California, east of the Kern

river]  U. of Utah Press.  ISBN O-8748O-0-132-X

 

 

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