[Plant-biology] Re: Plants in Whitehorse, YT

Elizabeth Bowe via plantbio%40net.bio.net (by elizbowe At hotmail.com)
Mon Jan 22 17:16:15 EST 2007


I am a student at the University of Alaska, Juneau. I am doing research on 
the Chilkoot Native People and their trade with Whitehorse Yukon Territory. 
Specifically a woman who would walk the Chilkoot Trail carrying Hooligan oil 
with pack horses and dogs to trade for, among other things, medicinal 
plants.

What kind of plants would she want that did not grow coastally?  Also, any 
plants that she might get indigenous to the Yukon not available in Haines. I 
think there was a yellow moss that was used for dying wool for the Chilkat 
Robe. She did this trip frequently over 70 years ago and I am trying to 
reconstruct it from research.
Thank you, Elizabeth Kunibe


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