Tobacco among the Karuk Indians of California

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LIST OF ILLUSTRATIONS
PLATES
1. 'Imk yánva'an, Mrs. Phoebe Maddux2
2. a, b, 'Uhtcámhat'c, Pete Henry. c, Tcákítcha'an, Fritz Hanson2
3. a, b, 'IcxΘéyrǎpa'a, Hackett. c, 'IΘéxyǎvraΘ', Tintin. d, e, 'Ásnðpiřax, Snappy 'asiktáva'an (a woman). f, Kápǎt'an, Capitan2
4. a, Kaἰtimín vapíkcip, view of Katimin. b, 'Iccipîcrihak vapíkcp, view of Ishipishrihak2
5. Reproduction of Plate XXVII of Watson, Sereno, Botany, in King, Clarence, U. S. Geological Exploration of the 40th Parallel, Vol. V, Washington, 1871, opp. p. 276. "1, 2, Nicotiana attenuata. 3, 4, N. bigelovii." The numbers in our reproduction of the plate are so faint they can scarcely be read. 1 is the specimen at lower right; 2, at lower left; 3, at upper right; 4, at upper center. Reduced to 3/5 size of Watson's plate, which shows the specimens natural size48
6. Nicotiana bigelovii (Torr.) Watson var. exaltata Setchell. Drawings of a specimen prepared under direction of Prof. W. A. Setchell. Two-valved specimen. 1. 'Ihðraha'ipaha'ipaba'íppanitc pató·Θróha', tip of tobacco plant in bloom. 3/7 natural size. 2. Pehẽraha'afivítc váss'an, basal leaf of tobacco plant [leaf from main axis]. 6/7 natural size. 2'. Pehẽraba'íppankam vássa'an, upper leaf of tobacco plant [leaf from lateral axis]. 6/7 natural size. 3. 'Uhícava'as karu pamússa'an, capsule with calyx. 6/7 natural size. 4. 'IΘríha', flower [corolla limb]. 6/7 natural size. 5. 'IΘríha, flower [longitudinal section]. 6/7 natural size. 6. 'Uhícva's, capsule [transverse section]. 1 5/7 natural size48
7. Nicotiana bigelovii (Torr.) Watson var. exaltata Setehell. Drawings of specimen, prepared under direction of Professor Setchell. Two-valved specimen. 1. 'Ihẽraha'ipaha'fppanitc pató·Θríha', tip of tobacco plant in bloom. 3/7 natural size. 2. Sa'an, leaf. 6/7 natural size. 3. Uhícva'as karu pamússa'an, capsule with calyx. 6/7 natural size. 4. 'IΘríha', flower [corolla limb]. 6/7 natural size. 5. 'IΘrιha', flower [longitudinal section]. 6/7 natural size. 6. 'Uhιcva'as, capsule [transverse section]. 1 5/7 natural size48

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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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