Tobacco among the Karuk Indians of California

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CONTENTS
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I. PitapvavaΘtcúpha'. Introduction1
II. Fā.t pó.xxdrikkyahitihanik pakunteuphúruΘΘunatihanik pananuhú.raha'. Bibliographical14
1. Pámitva pakuntcuphúúruΘΘunatihat payiΘΘva kuma'ávansas pananuhúraha 'ák 'iΘivΘan∝nΘatcip. Mention of tobacco among the Karuk14
2. Pámitva pakunteuphúruΘunatihat payiΘva kuma'ávansas payíΘ kuma'áríras mukun∝ihúraha'. Mention of tobacco among neighboring tribes17
III. Fā.t pakunikxúriktihanik pekyãvarāhvānsa'. Botanical35
1. YiΘva kuma'ihúraha'. Tobacco species35
2. Pahút 'uΘvúyttī-hva pehúraha'. The name of tobacco44
3. Pakóvúra pananupPáric puyΘa xááy vura kunic va^ kuméékyíhara pehúraha'áppa', vura tcicihpuriΘippa kííte va^ kínic kumékya∝, pa'apxantiΘtc'án takinipPá'er. Of aff Karuk plants the Black Nightshade is most like tobacco, so the Whites tell us45
4. Sahihúraha karu mahihúraha'. Downslope and upslope tobacco46
5. Pehúraha'áppa mupikyutunvááramu'u, karu kívára pamévuy. Morphology of the tobacco plant47
A. kívára pehúraha'áppa'. The plant47
a. Pahút 'u'iftakantáákkanti', 'ámxáti', 'u'ákkati', 'uméssahiti'. Sense characteristics49
a'. Pahút 'u'iftakantákkanti'. Feeling49
b'. Pahút 'ámxáāti'. Smell49
c'. Pahút 'u'ákkati'. Taste49
d'. Pahút 'uméssahiti'. Sight49
b'. 'Imnak karu 'ámta'ap. Charcoal and ashes50

-V-

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  • Title Page I
  • Letter of Transmittal III
  • Contents V
  • List of Illustrations XXVII
  • Phonetic Key XXXIV
  • Tobacco among the Karuk Indians of California 1
  • Index 279
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