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Author (1): William Ed Grime

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Publish date: June 1976
Published by: Reference Publications, Inc.
List price: $29.95
ISBN Number: 0917256107



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Positive cultivateweeds On Aug 25, 2005, cultivateweeds wrote:

Encyclopedia of plants documented as brought to the Americas by Africans during the slave trade years. Includes a brief introductory history, a compendium of plants brought from Africa, and a longer compendium of native plants used by the slaves. Documents historic references, numerous quotes, alternate latin names and common names and uses; B&W illustrations. Author was on the staffs of the Arnold Arboretum in Boston and the Field Museum of Natural History in Chicago.

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