Medicinal, Cultural, and Spiritual Relationships between British Columbia First Nations and Oplopanax horridus

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Austyn Johnson

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This paper was originally written for Robert Bandringa’s FNST 332 course Ethnobotany of British Columbia First Nations. The assignment asked students to research a native British Columbian plant specimen and its relation to local First Nations. The paper uses APA citation style.

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2019 - Lower Division Category (15-59 credits)