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Betula papyrifera- Western Paper Birch
... was used to make canoes by the Okanagan-Colville, Thompson, Montana Indian, and Bella Coola. The bark was used to make baskets by the Thompson, Okanagan-Colville, Shuswap, Gitksan, and Bella Coola. Bark was ... by the Thompson. The inner bark was boiled to produce a brown dye by the Okanagan-Colville.
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Larix occidentalis- Western Larch
... 2002 Thayne Tuason 2002 Thayne Tuason Plant: Sap hardened and chewed like gum by the Okanagan-Colville, Thompson, and Flathead. The Flathead also used the sap to make a syrup in spring ... decoction of plant tops was used as a wash for cuts and sores by the Okanagan-Colville. Poultice of pitch and fat was used on sores, cuts and bruises. A decoction of ...
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Pinus ponderosa- Ponderosa Pine
... for food by the Okanagan-Colville, Thompson, Coeur d'Alene, Spokan, Sanpoil and Nespelem. Cambium eaten by the Okanagan-Colville, Okanagon, Thompson, Sanpoil and Nespelem, Montana Indian and Spokane. The Okanagan-Colville, Thompson (Fraser and Lytton ...
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Populus balsamifera ssp. trichocarpa... Black Cottonwood
... of the tree is for scale. Plant: Wood used to make dugout canoes by the Okanagan-Colville, Shuswap, and Thompson. Rotten wood used for smoking hides by the Thompson and Shuswap. Dried ...
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Populus tremuloides... Quaking Aspen
... Band). Bark powder used on feet and underarms as a deodorant and antiperspirant by the Okanagan-Colville. Bark powder rubbed on the underarms of girls and mens faces and arms to prevent ...
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Thuja plicata- Western Red Cedar
... : Split roots used for basketry by the Thompson. Wood used for dugout canoes by the Okanagan-Colville, Nez Perce, and Montana Indian. The inner bark and stems were used to make clothing ...
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Amelanchier alnifolia... Western Serviceberry
... , the berries were eaten raw, cooked, or dried and stored for future use by the Okanagan-Colville, Okanagan, and Thompson. The wood was used to make arrows, spears, root digging sticks, and other ...
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Apocynum androsaemifolium... Spreading Dogbane
... Plant: stem diffusely branched. The bark was used to make cordage and twine by the Okanagan-Colville, Thompson, Great Basin Indian, and Montana Indian. Habitat: open slopes, and rocky places Distribution of ...
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Apocynum cannabinum- Indian Hemp
Apocynum cannabinum- Indian Hemp Apocynum cannabinum (syn: Apocynum cannabinum var. glaberrimum) Indian Hemp Family: Apocynaceae (Dogbane family) Photo taken near Dryden, growing in moist area near Wenatchee River 2003 Thayne Tuason Plant: Stems used to make twine for garments, bridle ropes, bowstrings, threads for sewing, and fish nets by the Okanagan-Colville, Okanagon, Shuswap, and Yakama.
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Clematis ligusticifolia... Western Clematis
... leaves and branches were used as a headwash to kill hair root 'germs' by the Okanagan-Colville. The Thompson used the plant as a headwash for scabs and eczema. A decoction of ...
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