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CHEMEHUEVI ETHNOGRAPHY & ETHNOHISTORY

Subsistence Resources

The use of plants by the Chemehuevi is covered in Bean and Saubel's Temelpakh, which pertains to the ethnobotany of the Cahuilla and contains much information applicable to the Chemehuevi, and Elizabeth J. Lawlor's dissertation on plant use in the Mojave Desert (1995) also contains pertinent information. It is planned that animal resources will be described in a forthcoming ethnozoology.

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