NORTH AMERICAN INDIAN ARCHIVE

Abler T. 1980. Iroquois Cannibalism: Fact Not Fiction. Ethnohistory 27:309-316. [cannibalism; North American Indian; Iroquois]

Balls E. 1989. Early Uses of California Plants. University of California Press. [foodstuffs; North American Indians; California]

Barrett SA. 1936. The Army Worm : A Food of the Pomo Indians. University of California Press. [food use; North American Indians; Pomo]

Barsh R. 1999. Chronic Health Effects of Dispossession and Dietary Change: Lesson from North American Hunter-Gatherers. Medical Anthropology 18(2):135-. [dietary change; nutrition and health; North American Indians]

Bass MA, Wakefield LM. 1974. Nutrient Intake and Food Patterns of Indians on Standing Rock Reservation. Journal of the American Dietetic Association 64:36-41. [food habits; nutrition; North American Indian]

Benson EM, Peters JM, Edwards MA, et al. 1973. Wild Edible Plants of the Pacific Northwest. Journal of the American Dietetic Association 62(2):143-147. [food use; cookery; ecology; nutrition; North American Indians]

Berti PR, Receveur O, Chan HM, et al. 1998. Dietary Exposure to Chemical Contaminants from Traditional Food among Adult Dene/Metis in the Northwestern Territories, Canada. Environmental Research 76(2):131-142. [ecology; chlorine compounds; heavy metals; North America; indigenous people]

Bishop C. 1975. Northern Algonkian Cannibalism and Windigo Psychosis. In Psychological Anthropology. T Williams, ed. [famine; cannibalism; windigo; North American Indians; Algonkian]

Bishop C. 1978. Cultural and Biological Adaptations to Deprivation: The Northern Ojibwa Case. In Extinction and Survival in Human Populations. C Laughlin, I Brady, eds. pp. 208-230. New York: Columbia University Press. [famine; starvation; social relations; North American Indians; Ojibwa]

Borre K. 1991. Seal Blood, Inuit Blood, and Diet: A Biocultural Model of Physiology and Cultural Identity. Medical Anthropology Quarterly 5:48-62. [food selection; subsistence hunters; North America; indigenous people]

Bourke JG. 1885. The Urine Dance of the Zuni Indians of New Mexico. Ann Arbor. [food use; ritual; North American Indian; Zuni]

Brandt KL. 1996. The Effects of Early Agriculture on Native North American Populations : Evidence from the Teeth and Skeleton. Book; Archival Material. University of Michigan, [nutrition; dental anthropology; North American Indians; Michigan]

Brown A. 1988. Diet and Nutritional Stress. In The King Site: Continuity and Contact in Sixteenth Century Georgia. R Blakely, ed. University of Georgia Press. [history; diet and disease; North America; Georgia; Spanish settlement]

Carr LG. 1943. Survival Foods of the American Aborigine. Journal of the American Dietetic Association 19:845-847. [famine; food habits; North American Indians]

Carter-Bachman K, Duncan R, Pelican S. 1998. Navajo Food Practices, Customs, and Holidays. American Dietetic Association, American Diabetes Association. [North American Indians; Navajo (Navaho)]

Codere H. 1950. Fighting with Property: A Study of Kwakiutl Potlatching and Warfare. American Ethnological Society. [feast; food redistribution; North American Indian; Kwakiutl]

Cove J. 1978. Survival or Extinction: Reflections on the Problem of Famine in Tsimshian and Kaguru Mythology. In Extinction and Survival in Human Populations. C Laughlin, I Brady, eds. pp. 231-244. Columbia University Press. [starvation; mythology; North American Indian; Africa; Tsimshian; Kuguru]

Crawly C, Evert A, Holzmeister LA, et al. 1998. Alaska Native Food Practices, Customs, and Holidays. American Dietetic Association, American Diabetes Association. [North American Indian and Inuit; Alaska; Eskimo; Athabaskan]

Crosby AW. 1972. The Columbian Exchange: Biological and Cultural Consequences of 1492. Greenwood Press. [history; diffusion of plants, animals; North American Indians; Europe]

Crosby AW. 1986. Ecological Imperialism: The Biological Expansion of Europe, 900-1900. Cambridge University Press. [history; diffusion of plants, animals; food systems; North America; North American Indians]

Cushing FH. 1920. Zuni Breadstuffs. Museum of American Indian. [maize; myth; North American Indian]

Dillinger TL, Jett SC, Macri MJ, et al. 1999. Feast of Famine? Supplement Food Programs and Their Impacts on Two American Indian Communities in California. International Journal of Food Sciences and Nutrition 50(3):173-. [food assistance; United States; California; North American Indians]

Draper HH. 1977. The Aboriginal Eskimo Diet in Modern Perspective. American Anthropologist 79:309-316. [dietary patterns; North America; Inuit]

Draper HH, Bell RR. 1972. The Changing Eskimo Diet. Illinois Research 14(4):14-15. [acculturation; North America, indigenous people; Inuit]

Edaakie R. 1999. Idonapshe Let's Eat: Traditional Zuni Foods. Zuni Ashiwi. [cookery; food habits; North American Indians; Zuni]

Ford R. 1972. An Ecological Perspective on the Eastern Pueblos. In New Perspectives on the Pueblos. A Ortiz, ed. [ecology; ritual; conflict; fighting with food; North American Indians; Eastern Pueblos]

Four Winds Food Specialists. 1998. Population Profile: Cherokee Indians. Fork, Fingers, and Chopsticks II(2):3-6. [food habits; North American Indians; Cherokee]

Gittelsohn J, Wolever T, Zinman B. 1998. Specific Patterns of Food Consumption and Preparation Are Associated with Diabetes and Obesity in a Native Canadian Community. J Nutr 128(3). [nutrtional disease; North American Indians; Canada]

Gonzague Bd, Receveur O, Kuhnlein H. 1999. Dietary Intake and Body Mass Index of Adults in 2 Ojibwe Communities. Journal of the American Dietetic Association 99(6):710-. [dietary intake; foodways; overweight; North American Indians; Ojibwe]

Goode JG, Theophano J, Curtis K. 1884. A Framework for the Analysis of Continuity and Change in Shared Socio-Cultural Rules for Food Use: The Italian-American Pattern. In Ethnic and Regional Foodways in the United States: The Performance of Group Identity. LK Brown, K Mussell, eds. pp. 66-88. University of Tennessee Press. [ethnic foodways; change; North America; United States; Italian-Americans]

Hall RL. 1992. From Blackstrap Molasses to Smokeless Tobacco: A Chronicle of Assaults on the Dental Health of Native Americans in the Northwest. In Health and Lifestyle Change. R Huss-Ashmore, J Schall, M Hediger, eds. University Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology, University of Pennsylvania. [food habit change; diet and disease; North American Indians; Northwest Coast]

Harbinger LJ. 1964. The Importance of Food Plants in the Maintenance of Nez Perce Cultural Identity. M.A. Thesis. Washington State University, [food species; plant foods; North American Indians; Nez PercÚ]

Harnack L, Story M, Holy Rock L. 1999. Diet and Physical Activity Patterns of Lakota Indian Adults. Journal of the American Dietetic Association 99:829-835. [North American Indians; Lakota]

Hawley F. 1943. An Inquiry into the Food Economy and the Body Economy of Zia Pueblo. American Anthropologist 45:547-556. [ecology; nutritional status; North American Indian; Zia pueblo]

Honigman J. 1961. Food in a Muskeg Community: An Anthropological Report on the Attawapiskat Indians. Northern Coordination and Research Center. [ethnic foodways; North American Indian; Canada; Muskeg]

Hudson CM. 1979. The Black Drink: A Native American Tea. [collected essays; foodstuffs; beverage; North American Indians]

Ikeda JP, Murphy S, Lamp C. 1998. Dietary Quality of Native American Women in Rural California. Journal of the American Dietetic Association 98(7):312-. [diet; women; North America; California; North American Indians]

Jackson M, Godfrey F. 1990. Federal Nutrition Services for American Indian and Alaska Native Elders. Journal of the American Dietetic Association 90:568-571. [applied nutrition; North American Indians; Alaska; Inuit (Eskimo)]

Jackson MY. 1986. Nutrition in American Indian Health: Past, Present, and Future. Journal of the American Dietetic Association 86:1136-1140. [health; North American Indian]

Jarvenpa R. 1999. Bush Food/Country Food/Town Food: Power, Meaning and Dietary Transformation in Three Societies. In Alimentacion Y Cultura Actas Del Congreso Internacional, Vol Ii 1998. E Museo Nacional de Antropologia, ed. pp. 729-748-. La Val de Onsera. [change; social meaning; North American Indians; Chipewyan (Dene); Europe; Finland; Central America; Costa Rica; Terraba]

Joos S. 1984. Economic, Social, and Cultural Factors in the Analysis of Disease: Dietary Change and Diabetes Mellitus among the Florida Seminole Indians. In Ethnic and Regional Foodways in the United States: The Performance of Group Identity. LK Brown, K Mussell, eds. pp. 217-237-. [dietary change; disease; diabetes mellitus; North American Indians; Florida; Seminole]

Katz S, Hediger ML, Valleroy LA. 1975. The Anthropological and Nutritional Significance of Traditional Maize Processing Techniques in the New World. In Biosocial Interrelations in Population Adaptation. E Watts, F Johnston, G Lasker, eds. pp. 195-231. Walter de Gruyter. [food processing; North American Indian, South American Indian]

Kavasch B. 1979. Native Harvest, Botanical and Recipes of the North American Indian. Indian Archaeological Institute. [food use; plants; vegetables; cookery; North American Indian]

Kavena J. 1980. Hopi Cookery. [ethnic foodways; cookery; North American Indians; Hopi]

Keewaydinoquay. 1998. Puhpohwee for the People: A Narrative Account of Some Uses of Fungi among the Ahnishinaabeg. LEPS Press. [food use; fungi; herbs; medicine; North American Indians; Ojibwa]

Kemp W. 1971. The Flow of Energy in a Hunting Society. Scientific American 225(3):104-115. [ecology; foragers; North America; Greenland; Inuit]

Knowler WC, Pettitt DC, Bennett PH, et al. 1983. Diabetes Incidence among the Pima Indians: Genetic and Evolutionary Considerations. American Journal of Physical Anthropology 113:144-156. [disease; diabetes; physical anthropology; North American Indians; Pima]

Kuhnlein H, Turner N. 1991. Traditional Plant Foods of Canadian Indigenous Peoples: Nutrition, Botany and Use. Gordon and Breach. [foodstuffs; gathered vegetables; ecology; Canada; North American Indians; Inuit]

Kuhnlein HV. 1979. Composition of Traditional Hopi Foods. Journal of the American Dietetic Association 75(1):37-41. [nutrition; North American Indians; United States; Arizona]

Kuhnlein HV. 1991. Nutrition of the Inuit: A Brief Overview. Arctic Medical Research Supplement:728-730. [food habits; nutrition; North America; indigenous people]

Kuhnlein HV. 1995. Benefits and Risks of Traditional Food for Indigenous Peoples: Focus on Dietary Intakes of Arctic Men. Canadian journal of physiological pharmacology 73:765-771. [eating habits; change; industrialization; age factors; food contamination; North American Indians; Canada; Arctic]

Kuhnlein HV, Calloway DH. 1977. Contemporary Hopi Food Intake Patterns. Ecology of Food and Nutrition 6:159-173. [dietary intake; North American Indian; Hopi]

Kuhnlein HV, Calloway DH. 1977. Minerals in Human Teeth: Differences between Preindustrial and Contemporary Hopi Indians. American Journal of Clinical Nutrition 30(6):883-886. [mineral nutrition; North American Indian; Arizona]

Kuhnlein HV, Chan HM. 1998. Ooligan Grease: A Traditional Food Fat of Western Canada and Alaska. International Journal of Circumpolar Health 57(Supplement 1):211-214. [foodstuffs, fish oil; North America; indigenous peoples]

Kuhnlein HV, Soueida R. 1992. Use and Nutrient Composition of Traditional Baffin Inuit Foods. Journal of Food Composition and Analysis 5:112-126. [foodstuffs; North America; indigenous peoples]

Kuhnlein HV, Turner NJ. 1991. Traditional Plant Foods of Canadian Indigenous Peoples: Nutrition, Botany and Use. Gordon and Breach. [ethnobotany; foodstuffs; foodways; North American Indians; Canada]

Laferriere J. 1995. A Dynamic Nonlinear Optimization Study of Mountain Pima Subsistence Technology. Human Ecology 23:1-28. [subsistence ecology; North American Indian; Pima]

Lander H. 1964. Seven Navaho Verbs of Eating. International Journal of American Linguistics 30:94-98. [classification; language; North America; North American Indians; Navaho]

Landy D. 1985. Publoktog (Hysteria) and Inuit Nutrition: Possible Implications of Hypervitaminosis A. Social Science and Medicine 21:173-185. [malnutrition; disease; hysteria; North America; Inuit (Eskimo)]

Lang G. 1989. "Making Sense" About Diabetes: Dakota Naratives of Illness. Medical Anthropology 11:305-327. [diet and disease; diabetes; North American Indian; Dakota]

Lippe-Stokes S. 1980. Eskimo Story-Knife Tales: Reflections of Change in Food Habits. In Food, Ecology and Culture: Readings in the Anthropology of Dietary Practices. JRK Robson, ed. pp. 75-82. [dietary change; North America; Inuit]

Macbeth H, ed. 1997. Food Preferences and Tastes: Continuity and Change. Berghahn. [collected papers; primatology; physiology; ethology; cultural evolution; ethnology]

Mayer A. 1996. Caste in an Indian Village: Change and Continuity 1954-1992. CJ Fuller, ed. pp. 32-64. Oxford University Press. [culture change; foodways; South Asia]

Nabham G, Weber C, Berry J. 1979. Legumes in the Papago-Pima Indian Diet and Ecological Niche. The Kiva 44:173-190. [human ecology; food use; beans; diet; North American Indians; Papago; Pima]

Nabhan G. 1980. Papago Indian Floodwater Fields and Tepary Bean Protein Yields. Ecology of Food and Nutrition 10:71-78. [crop system; human ecology; North American Indians; Papago]

Powers W, Powers MNM. 1984. Metaphysical Aspects of an Oglala Food System. In Food in the Social Order. M Douglas, ed. pp. 40-96. Russell Sage Foundation. [social relations; symbols and meaning; North American Indians; Oglala Souix]

Powers W, Powers MNM. 1986. Putting on the Dog. Natural History 95:6-16. [foodstuffs; North American Indians]

Ray VF. 1933. The Sanpoil and Nespelem: Salishan Peoples of Northeastern Washington. University of Washington Press. [foods; food preparation; cookery; North American Indians]

Receveur O, Boulay M, Kuhnlein HV. 1997. Decreasing Traditional Food Use Affects Diet Quality for Adult Dene/Metis in 16 Communities of the Canadian Northwest Territories. Journal of Nutrition 127:2179-2186. [dietary survey; nutrition; change; North American Indians]

Receveur O, Kuhnlein HV. 1998. Benefits of Traditional Food in Dene/Metis Communities. International Journal of Circumpolar Health 57(Supplement 1):219-221. [food system; North America; indigenous peoples; Canada]

Rosman A, Rubel PG. 1971. Feasting with Mine Enemy: Rank and Exchange among Northwest Coast Societies. [social relations; feasting; conflict; fighting with food; exchange; North American Indian; Northwest Coast]

Rozin P, Haidt J, McCauley C, et al. 1997. Disgust: Preadaptation and the Cultural Evolution of a Food-Based Emotion. In Food Preferences and Taste: Continuity and Change. H Macbeth, ed. pp. 65-82. Berghahn. [aversion; behavioral evolution]

Scarry CM, Reitz EJ. 1990. Herbs, Fish, Scum, and Vermin: Subsistence Strategies in Sixteenth-Century Spanish Florida. In Columbian Consequences. DH Thomas, ed. Vol. 2, pp. 343-354. Smithsonian. [history; North American Indian]

Schaefer O. 1971. When the Eskimo Comes to Town. Nutrition Today 6(6):8-16. [food habit change; urbanization; North America; Inuit]

Schwartz J. 1991. The Great Food Migration. Newsweek 118:58-62. [history; diffusion; food use; Europe; North American Indians]

Scott EM. 1956. Nutrition of Alaskan Eskimos. Nutrition Reviews 14:1-3. [nutritional patterns; North America; Alaska; Eskimo (Inuit)]

Skye B. 1995. Traditional Cree and Iroquois Food. In Our Northern Bounty: A Celebration of Canadian Cuisine. JM Powers, A Stewart, eds. Random House. [foodways; eating habits; North American Indians]

Snyder L. 1991. Barking Mutton: Ethnohistoric, Ethnographic, Archaeological, and Nutritional Evidence Pertaining to the Dog as a Native American Food. In Beamers, Bobwhites, and Blue-Points: Tributes to the Career of Paul W. Parmalee. J Purdue, B Styles, eds. pp. 359-378. University of Tennessee Department of Anthropology. [foodstuffs; dog; North American Indians]

Speth J. 1991. Some Unexplored Aspects of Mutualistic Plains-Pueblo Food Exchange. In Farmers, Hunters, and Colonists: Interaction between the Southwest and the Southern Plains. a Spielmann, ed. pp. 18-35. University of Arizona Press. [food system; exchange; North American Indians; Southwestern and Southern Plains peoples]

Spradley J. 1969. Guest Never Leave Hungry: The Autobiography of James Sewid, a Kwakiutl Indian. Yale University Press. [feasting; North American Indians; Kwakiutl]

Stefansson V. 1937. Food of the Ancient and Modern Stone Age Man. Journal of the American Dietetic Association 13:102-129. [diet; meat eating; cooking; Arctic; North America; Inuit]

Stefansson V. 1960. Food and Food Habits in Alaska and Northern Canada. In Human Nutrition Historic and Scientific. I Galdston, ed. pp. 23-60-. [food habits; dietary patterns; meat; fat; North America; Alaska; Canada; Inuit (Eskimo)]

Storey M, Bass MA, Wakefield LM. 1986. Food Preferences of Cherokee Teenagers in Cherokee, North Carolina. Ecology of Food and Nutrition 19:51-59. [preference; North American Indians; Cherokee]

Szathmary EJE. 1983. Hyperglycemia in Dogrib Indians of the Northwest Territories, Canada: Association with Age and Cetripedal Distribution of Body Fat. Human Biology 55:493-515. [nutritional disease; body fat; North American Indian; Canada; Dogrib]

Terry RD, Bass MA. 1984. Food Practices in an Eastern Cherokee Township. Ecology of Food and Nutrition 14:63-70. [food habits; North American Indian]

Turner NJ, Philip S, Turner RD. 1995. Traditional Native Plant Foods in Contemporary Cuisine in British Columbia. In Our Northern Bounty: A Celebration of Canadian Cuisine. JM Powers, A Stewart, eds. [plant use; North American Indians; Canada; British Columbia]

Vaughan LA, Benyshek DC, Martin JF. 1997. Food Acquisition Habits, Nutrient Intakes, and Anthropometric Data of Havasupai Adults. Journal of the American Dietetic Association 97:1275-1282. [North American Indians; Havasupai]

Vogel VJ. 1976. American Indian Foods Used in Medicine. In American Folk Medicine: A Symposium. WD Hand, ed. University of California Press. [food and health; North American Indians]

Watson JB. 1943. How the Hopi Classify Their Food. Plateau 15:49-52. [folk classification; North American Indian; Hopi]

Wolfe WS, Weber CW, Dahozy Arviso K. 1985. Use and Nutrient Composition of Traditional Navajo Foods. Ecology of Food and Nutrition 17:232-344. [foodstuffs; nutritional values; North American Indian]

Woolf N, Conti KM, Johnson C, et al. 1999. Northern Plains Indians Food Practices, Customs, and Holidays. American Dietetic Association/American Diabetes Association. [foodways; feasts; North American Indians]

Wright AL, Bauer M, Clark C, et al. 1993. Cultural Interpretations and Intracultural Variability in Navajo Beliefs About Breastfeeding. American Ethnologist 20(4):781-796. [infant feeding; North American Indians]

Wright AL, Clark CBM. 1993. Maternal Employment and Infant Feeding Practices among the Navaho. Medical Anthropology Quarterly 7:260-280. [North American Indians; Navaho]

Young YK. 1993. Diabetes Mellitus among Native Americans in Canada and the United States. American Journal of Human Biology 5:399-413. [nutrition and disease; diabete mellitus; North American Indians; Canada; United States]

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