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Medicines of the Maori : from their trees, shrubs and other plants, together with foods from the same sources

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  • Catalogue title
    • Medicines of the Maori : from their trees, shrubs and other plants, together with foods from the same sources / Christina Macdonald ; illustrations by Lorna McArtney ; introduction by Hammond Innes
  • Type
  • Identifiers
    GN672.6.M4 MAC  (Call Number)
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  • Physical description
    142 pages : illustrations ; 22 cm
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  • Subject
    • Herbs--Therapeutic use--New Zealand  (General Subject)
    • Hauora  (Maori Subject)
    • Maori (New Zealand people)--Ethnobotany  (General Subject)
    • Medicinal plants--New Zealand  (General Subject)
    • Ethnobotany--New Zealand  (General Subject)
    • Te Wao nui a Tane  (Maori Subject)
    • Rongoa  (Maori Subject)
    • Maori (New Zealand people)--Medicine  (General Subject)
  • Citation
    Medicines of the Maori : from their trees, shrubs and other plants, together with foods from the same sources
  • Notes
    Includes bibliographical references (pages 135-136) and index.

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