Indigenous Peoples of North America

Anderson MK. 2006. Tending the Wild: Native American Knowledge and the Management of California's Natural Resources University of California Press. [subsistance; diet; foodways; North American Indian]

Arendt B. 2010. Caribou to Cod: Moravian Missionary Influence on Inuit Subsistence Strategies. Historical Archaeology 44(3):81-101. [history; diet; change; North America; Canada; Labrador]

Berzok LM. 2005. American Indian Food. Greenwood. [foodways; North America; indigenous people]Native American Indians' cooking camp campfire

Chabot M. 2004. Consumption and Standards of Living of the Quebec Inuit: Cultural Permanence and Discontinuities. Canadian Review of Sociology and Anthropology-Revue Canadienne De Sociologie Et D Anthropologie 41(2):147-170. [food habits; consumer culture; North America; Canada; Quebec; Nunavik; Inuit]

Comer J. 2000. North America from 1492 to the Present. In The Cambridge World History of Food. KF Kiple, KC Ornelas, eds. Vol. 2, pp. 1304-1323. Cambridge University Press. [history; foodways; modernization; commercialization; North America; North American Indians]

Donatuto JL, Satterfield TA, Gregory R. 2011. Poisoning the Body to Nourish the Soul: Prioritising Health Risks and Impacts in a Native American Community. Health Risk & Society 13(2):103-127. [seafood; contamination; health & disease; traditional knowledge; North American Indians; Coast Salish Swinomish]

Ferreira MK, Lang L, Chesley G, eds. 2006. Indigenous Peoples and Diabetes : Community Empowerment and Wellness. Carolina Academic Press. [collected essays; malnutrition; diabetes; social conditions; North American Indians]

Four Winds Food Specialists. 2001. Population Profile: Dakota Indians. Fork, Fingers, & Chopsticks V(1):3-6. [foodways; diet; North American Indians; Dakota]

Gittelsohn J, White J. 2000. Food Perceptions and Dietary Behavior of American-Indian Children, Their Caregivers, and Educators: Formative Assessment Findings from Pathways. Journal of Nutritional Education 32(1):2-. [North American Indians]

Jacknis I, ed. 2007. Food in California Indian Culture. Phoebe A. Hearst Museum of Anthropology. [collected ethnographic accounts; food habits; North American Indian]

Johnston SL. 2001. Food Choice Is Shaped by Accessibility: How Sources of Food Have Changed over Time for the Blackfeet. Nutritional Anthropology 24(2):3-9. [food system; selection; change; North American Indian; Blackfeet]

Johnston SL. 2007. Plate Half-Empty or Half-Full? Dietary Continuity and Change among the Blackfeet. Ecology of Food and Nutrition 46:361-376. [diet; food habits; food choice; disease; diabetes; obesity; North American Indians; Blackfeet]

Jolles CZ. 2002. Faith, Food, and Family in a Yupik Whaling Community. University of Washington Press. [subsistance; social relations; food system; North American Indian]

Jones EL. 2003. Dietary Eveness, Prey Choice, and Human-Environment Interactions. Journal of Archaeological Science 31(3):307-317. [archaeology; dietary breadth; ethnology; North America; Canada; Inuit]

Kuhnlein HV, Chan HM. 2000. Environment and Contaminants in Traditional Food Systems of Northern Indigenous Peoples. Annu Rev Nutr 20:595-626. [ecology; hunter gatherers; organochlorides; heavy metals; radionuclides; North America; indigenous peoples; Canada]

Kuhnlein HV, Receveur O, Chan HM. 2001. Tradition Food Systems Research with Canadian Indigenous Peoples. International Journal of Circumpolar Health 60(2):112-122. [hunting, fishing, and gathering; wild species; dietary change; food contamination; North America; indigenous peoples; Canada]

Kuhnlein HV, Receveur O, Soueida R, et al. 2004. Arctic Indigenous Peoples Experiencing the Nutrition Transition with Changing Dietary Patterns. Journal of Nutrition 134(6):1447-1453. [acculturation; obesity; Canada; Dene; Metis; Inuit]

Reed LJ. 2000. Arctic and Subarctic Regions. In The Cambridge World History of Food. KF Kiple, KC Ornelas, eds. Vol. 2, pp. 1323-1329. Cambridge University Press. [history; acculturation; feasts; North American Indians]

Richards TJ. 2006. Native American Obesity: An Economic Model of the Thrifty Gene Theory. American Journal of Agricultural Economics 88(3):542-560(519). [overweight; nutrient selection; North American Indians]

Rood DS. 2008. Some Wichita Recollections: Aspects of Culture Reflected in Language. Plains Anthropologist 53(208):395-+. [ethnohistory; foods; food preparation; North American Indians; Caddoan]

Turner NJ, Turner KL. 2008. Where Our Women Used to Get the Food: Cumulative Effects and Loss of Ethnobotanical Knowledge and Practice; Case Study from Coastal British Columbia. Botany 86(2):103-115. [food use; indigenous knowledge; wild plants; North American Indians]

Waheneka M. 2005. Indian Perspectives on Food and Culture. Oregon Historical Quarterly 106(3):468-474. [foodways; North American Indian]

Williams DE, Knowler WC, Smith CJ, et al. 2001. The Effect of Indian and Anglo Dietary Preference on the Incidence of Diabetes in Pima Indians. Diabetes care 24(5):811-816. [acculturation; food preference; nutrition and disease; North American Indians; Pima]

see North American Indian Archive for items published before 2000

    Update 10/2012