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[Wikipedia format] Ethnobotany References

This is a list of references related to ethnobotany — the study of the relationships that exist between peoples and plants. These are relevant, in particular, when looking at the issues of Proto-Flutes and Yucca stalks.

The references on this page are a sub-set of the complete list of Flutopedia references.

For information on the format and other details of these citations, see the main references page.

[Wikipedia format] Ethnobotany References

[Bell 1941] <ref name="Bell1941">
{{cite book
| author1 = Willis H. Bell
| author2 = Edward F. Castetter
| title = The Utilization of Yucca, Sotol, and Beargrass by the Aborigines in the American Southwest
| series = Ethnobiological Studies in the American Southwest, Volume 7
| journal = The University of New Mexico Bulletin
| volume = 372
| publisher = University of New Mexico Press
| place = Albuquerque, New Mexico
| date = December 1, 1941
}}
</ref>

[Bogler 2005] <ref name="Bogler2005">
{{cite journal
| author1 = David J. Bogler
| author2 = J. Chris Pires
| author3 = Javier Francisco-Ortega
| title = Phylogeny of Agavaceae Based on ndhF, rbcL, and its Sequences: Implications of Molecular Data for Classification
| journal = Aliso
| volume = 22
| issue = 1
| year = 2005
| pages = 311-326
}}
</ref>

[Castetter 1938] <ref name="Castetter1938">
{{cite journal
| author1 = Edward F. Castetter
| author2 = Willis H. Bell
| author3 = Alvin R. Grove
| title = The Early Utilization and the Distribution of Agave in the American Southwest
| series = Ethnobiological Studies In The American Southwest
| journal = The University Of New Mexico Bulletin
| date = December 1, 1938
}}
</ref>

[Densmore 1929] <ref name="Densmore1929">
{{cite book
| author1 = Frances Densmore
| title = Papago Music
| journal = Smithsonian Institution, Bureau of American Ethnology
| volume = 90
| publisher = United States Government Printing Office
| place = Washington, D.C.
| year = 1929
}}
</ref>

[Fehmi 2004] <ref name="Fehmi2004">
{{cite book
| author1 = Jeffrey S. Fehmi
| author2 = Shelley Danzer
| author3 = Joanne Roberts
| title = Agave palmeri Inflorescence Production on Fort Huachuca, Arizona
| series = Convervation Assistance Program
| publisher = U.S. Army Engineer Research and Development Center (ERDC)
| date = September 2004
}}
</ref>

[Fewkes 1896] <ref name="Fewkes1896">
{{cite journal
| author1 = J. Walter Fewkes
| title = A Contribution to Ethnobotany
| journal = American Anthropologist
| volume = 9
| issue = 1
| date = January 1896
| pages = 14-21
| jstor = 658267
}}
</ref>

[Gibbs 2003] <ref name="Gibbs2003">
{{cite book
| author1 = Victor Gibbs
| title = A Cultural Resources Overview of the San Andres National Wildlife Refuge, New Mexico
| date = March 2003
}}
</ref>

[Hays-Gilpin 1998] <ref name="Hays-Gilpin1998">
{{cite book
| author1 = Kelley Hays-Gilpin
| author2 = Ann Cordy Deegan
| author3 = Elizabeth Ann Morris
| title = Prehistoric Sandals from Northeastern Arizona: The Earl H. Morris and Ann Axtell Morris Research
| series = Anthropological Papers of the University of Arizona, paper #62
| publisher = University of Arizona Press
| place = Tuscon, Arizona
| year = 1998
| isbn = 978-0-8165-1801-2
}}
</ref>

[Hough 1897] <ref name="Hough1897">
{{cite journal
| author1 = Walter Hough
| title = The Hopi in Relation to Their Plant Environment
| journal = American Anthropologist
| volume = 10
| issue = 2
| date = February 1897
| pages = 33-44
| jstor = 658916
}}
</ref>

[Hough 1907] <ref name="Hough1907">
{{cite book
| author1 = Walter Hough
| title = Antiquities of the Upper Gila and Salt River Valleys in Arizona and New Mexico
| journal = Smithsonian Institution, Bureau of American Ethnology
| volume = 35
| publisher = United States Government Printing Office
| place = Washington, D.C.
| year = 1907
| accessdate = March 18, 2010
}}
</ref>

[Oravec 2013] <ref name="Oravec2013">
{{cite conference
| author1 = Christine Oravec
| title = Yuccas, Butterflies, and Flute Players: The Significance of San Juan Basketmaker Rock Art in the Flower World Image Complex
| conference = Thirty Third Annual Symposium of the Utah Rock Art Research Association (URARA), Moab, Utah, October 11–14, 2013
| year = 2013
| pages = 15-71
}}
</ref>

[Oravec 2014] <ref name="Oravec2014">
{{cite book
| author1 = Christine Oravec
| title = Yuccas, Agaves, Butterflies and Flute Players: The Significance of San Juan Basketmaker Rock Art in the Flower World Image Complex
| conference = Presented to the Dixie Archaeology Society
| date = January 8, 2014
}}
</ref>

[Smith-CI 2008] <ref name="Smith-CI2008">
{{cite journal
| author1 = Christopher Irwin Smith
| author2 = Olle Pellmyr
| author3 = David M. Althoff
| author4 = Manuel Balcázar-Lara
| author5 = James Leebens-Mack
| author6 = Kari A. Segraves
| title = Pattern and Timing of Diversification in Yucca (Agavaceae): Specialized Pollination Does Not Escalate Rates of Diversification
| journal = Proceedings: Biological Sciences
| volume = 275
| issue = 1632
| publisher = The Royal Society
| date = February 7, 2008
| pages = 249-258
| jstor = 25249498
}}
</ref>

[Stanford 2012] <ref name="Stanford2012">
{{cite book
| author1 = Keith Stanford
| title = Native Yucca Stalk Flute Making Manual
| year = 2012
}}
</ref>

[Stone-CL 1987] <ref name="Stone-CL1987">
{{cite book
| author1 = Connie L. Stone
| title = People of the Desert, Canyons and Pines: Prehistory of the Patayan Country in West Central Arizona
| series = Cultural Resource Series, Monograph Number 5
| publisher = Arizona State Office of the Bureau of Land Management
| place = Phoenix, Arizona
| date = September 1987
}}
</ref>

 
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