Book ID: CBB000102333

Tobacco Use by Native North Americans: Sacred Smoke and Silent Killer (2000)

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Winter, Joseph C. (Editor)


University of Oklahoma Press


Publication Date: 2000
Physical Details: xviii + 454 pp., illus., maps, bibl., index
Language: English

Description Contents: Joseph C. Winter: Introduction to the North American tobacco species; Joseph C. Winter: Traditional uses of tobacco by Native Americans; Alexander Von Gernet: North American indigenous nicotiana use and tobacco shamanism: The early documentary record, 1520-1660; Carol B. Brandt: Ethnobotanical notes from Zuni Pueblo; Joseph C. Winter: Botanical description of the North American tobacco species; Julia E. Hammett: Out of California: Cultural geography of western North American tobacco; Karen R. Adams; Mollie S. Toll: Tobacco use, ecology, and manipulation in the prehistoric and historic southwestern United States; Mary J. Adair: Tobacco on the plains: Historical use, ethnographic accounts, and archaeological evidence; Gail E. Wagner: Tobacco in prehistoric eastern North America; Linda Scott Cummings: Prehistoric tobacco pollen in southwestern Colorado: Distribution and possible contamination; Richard C. Holloway; Glenna Dean: Morphological studies of New Mexico Solanaccae pollen; Jannifer W. Gish: Morphological distinctiveness of nicotiana pollen and the potential for identifying prehistoric southwest tobacco use through pollen analysis; Joseph C. Winter: From Earth Mother to Snake Woman: The role of tobacco in the evolution of Native American religious organization; Joseph C. Winter: Food of the gods: Biochemistry, addiction, and the development of Native American tobacco use; Jonathan M. Samet: Health effects of tobacco use by Native Americans: Past and present; Patricia Díaz-Romo; Samuel Salinas Alvarez: The Huichol Indians, tobacco, and pesticides; Joseph C. Winter, et al.: Native Americans and tobacco: Deer Person's gift or Columbus's curse?; Lawrence A. Shorty: Tricky tokes, those Coyote smokes: How Coyote learned the true power of tobacco.


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Review Jones, David S. (2002) Review of "Tobacco Use by Native North Americans: Sacred Smoke and Silent Killer". Bulletin of the History of Medicine (p. 611). unapi

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Authors & Contributors
Krech, Shepard, III
Hail, Barbara A.
Smith, Sherry L.
Lux, Maureen K.
Sturtevant, William C.
Lee, Molly
Journals
Ethnohistory: Journal of the American Society for Ethnohistory
Eighteenth-Century Studies
Pacific Historical Review
História, Ciências, Saúde---Manguinhos
Mexican Studies
William and Mary Quarterly
Publishers
Oxford University Press
University of Toronto Press
Smithsonian Institution Press
Inner Traditions International
Harvard University Press
University of Calgary Press
Concepts
American Indians; Native Americans; First Nations of the Americas
Native American civilization and culture
Cultural anthropology
Traditional societies and cultures
Disease and diseases
Science and religion
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North America
United States
Canada
Americas
Great Britain
Seattle (Washington, U.S.)
Times
19th century
20th century
18th century
20th century, early
Prehistory
17th century
Institutions
Jesuits (Society of Jesus)
Smithsonian Institution
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