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Ethnobotany of Alaska (list in progress)
- Ager, Thomas A. and Ager, Lynn P., 1980. Ethnobotany of the Eskimos of Nelson Island, Alaska. Arctic Anthropology, pp.26-48.
- Anderson, Jacob P, 1939. Plants used by the Eskimo of the northern Bering Sea and arctic regions of Alaska. American Journal of Botany, pp.714-716.
- Bank, Theodore P., 1952. Botanical and Ethnobotanical Studies in the Aleutian Islands: Aleutian Vegetation and Aleut Culture.
- Bank, Theodore, 1953. Botanical and Ethnobotanical Studies in the Aleutian Islands: Health and Medical Lore of the Aleuts. II. Michigan Academy of Science, Arts, and Letters.
- Fienup-Riordan, Ann, Rearden, A., Meade, M., & Jernigan, K. 2021. Yungcautnguuq Nunam Qainga Tamarmi/the Entire Surface of the Land Is Medicine: Edible and Medicinal Plants of Southwest Alaska. University of Alaska Press.
- Garibaldi, Ann, 1999. Medicinal flora of the Alaska natives. Anchorage: University of Alaska, Alaska Natural Heritage Program.
- Griffin, Dennis 2001. Contributions to the ethnobotany of the Cup’it Eskimo, Nunivak Island, Alaska. Journal of Ethnobiology, 21(2), pp.91-132.
- Holloway, Pat S. and Alexander, Ginny, 1990. Ethnobotany of the Fort Yukon Region, Alaska. Economic Botany, 44(2), pp.214-225.
- Jernigan, Kevin; Mary Pete, Elders et al., 2014. A Guide to the Ethnobotany of the Yukon-Kuskokwim Region. University of Alaska Fairbanks. Manuscript.
- Jones, Anore, 2010. Plants that we eat. University of Alaska Press.