ELLWOOD J. CARR BOTANICAL COLLECTION BOOKS

Pine Mountain Settlement School
Series 23: Ellwood Jerome “Bud” Carr Botanical Collection
[Location: Plant Center]
ELLWOOD J. “BUD” CARR
NATURALIST AND DONOR OF THE “ELLWOOD J. CARR COLLECTION”
PINE MOUNTAIN SETTLEMENT SCHOOL
PLANT CENTER [Girl’s Industrial Building]

SELECTED GALLERY OF BOOK COVERS


ELLWOOD J. CARR BOOK COLLECTION
[Location: Library]

Field collector’s manual in natural history. 1944. [Place of publication not identified]: [publisher not identified]. http://www.biodiversitylibrary.org/title/62038.

The pharmacopoeia of the United States of America: twelfth revision, U.S.P. XII : official from november 1,1942. 1942. Easton: Mack Printing Company.

Angier, Bradford. 1972. Feasting free on wild edibles. Harrisburg: Stackpole Books.

Angier, Bradford. 1956. Living off the country; how to stay alive in the woods. Harrisburg, Pa: Stackpole Co.

Aphrodisia (Firm). 1974. Aphrodisia: an experience in herbs, spices & essential oils. [New York]: Aphrodisia.

Baïracli-Levy, Juliette de. 1976. Herbal handbook for farm and stable. Emmaus, Pa: Rodale Press.

Bell County Extension of Homemakers of Bell County, Kentucky. 1984. Mountain laurel encore. Pineville, Ky: Bell Co. Extension Homemakers of Bell Co., Ky.

Brackett, Babette, and Maryann Lash. 1975. The wild gourmet: a forager’s cookbook. Boston: D.R. Godine.

Carr, Ellwood J. 1966. Literary Works.

Carr, Ellwood J. 1940. Audio-Visual Collection.

Carr, Ellwood J. 1954. Private Papers.

Carr’s Nature Center. 1940. Repository description.

Clark, Janet, Mary Alice Collins, and Gary Collins. 1975. Botanical art. Minneapolis, Minn: Burgess Pub. Co.

Clark, Linda A. 1965. Get well naturally; nature’s way to health. New York: Devin-Adair Co.

Crowhurst, Adrienne. 1972. The weed cookbook. New York: Lancer Books.

Crowhurst, Adrienne. 1973. The flower cookbook. New York: Lancer Books.

Diamond, John. 1979. BK-behavioral kinesiology: how to activate your thymus and increase your life energy. New York: Harper & Row.

Doane, Nancy Locke. 1983. Indian doctor book: this is an example of how early pioneers handled their medical problems and are in no way to be construed for use as a substitute to modern medical techniques. Charlotte, N.C.: Distributed by Aerial Photography Services.

Edwards, Sharon. 1969. From wilderness to wildlife sanctuary Self-taught naturalist Carr made transformation in only two years.

Emery, Carla. 1977. Old fashioned recipe book: an encyclopedia of country living. New York: Bantam Books.

Farwell, Edith Foster. 1958. Have fun with herbs: how to grow them and how to use them for flavoring. Lake Forest, Ill: Heitman Print. Co.

Forgey, William W. 1985. Hypothermia: death by exposure. Merrillville, Ind: ICS Books.

Forgey, William W. 1979. Wilderness medicine. Pittsboro: Indiana Camp Supply Books.

Foster, Steven. 1984. Herbal bounty!: the gentle art of herb culture. Salt Lake City: G.M. Smith.

Gibbons, Euell. 1966. Stalking the healthful herbs. New York: D. McKay Co.

Green, Dymple. 1996. Persimmon goodies. Mitchell, Ind: Dymple’s Delight Persimmon Products.

Harris, Ben Charles. 1968. Kitchen medicines. Barre, Mass: Barre Publishers.

Herter, George Leonard, and Berthe E. Herter. 1965. Bull cook and authentic historical recipes and practices. Waseca, Minn: Herter’s.

Hunt, W. Ben. 1939. Rustic construction. Milwaukee: Bruce Pub. Co.

Hutchens, Alma R. 1991. Indian herbalogy of North America. Boston: Shambhala.

Kiser, Kern, Tina Bledsoe, Donald Askins, and Annie Malone. 1975. Nature’s gifts: a guide to local herbs. [Virginia?]: [publisher not identified].

Krochmal, Connie, and Arnold Krochmal. 1975. A naturalist’s guide to cooking with wild plants. [New York]: Quadrangle/New York Times Book Co.

Lanphere, Jessie. 1960. Miz Jessie’s gatherin’ of old, odd, unusual receipts. Bull Shoals, Ark: s.n.

Law, Donald. 1973. The concise herbal encyclopedia. New York: Saint Martin’s Press.

Lehner, Ernst, and Johanna Lehner. 1962. Folklore and odysseys of food and medicinal plants. New York: Tudor Pub.

Lighthall, J. I. n.d. The Indian folk medicine guide. New York: Popular Library.

Loewenfeld, Claire, and Philippa Back. 1967. Herbs, health and cookery. New York: Hawthorn Books.

Loughran, John X. 1958. 90 days to a better heart. New York: Devin-Adair.

Louria, Donald B. 1966. Nightmare drugs. New York: Pocket Books.

Lucas, Richard. 1969. Common and uncommon uses of herbs for healthful living. West Nyack, N.Y.: Parker Pub. Co.

Macleod, Dawn. 1975. Herb handbook: a practical guide to herbs and their uses. No. Hollywood, Calif: Wilshire Book Co.

MacManiman, Gen. 1974. Dry it – you’ll like it; a book about food dehydration. Fall City, Wash: [Living Foods Dehydrators].

Massachusetts Audubon Society. 1971. Eating wild; a collection of recipes … Ipswich River Wildlife Sanctuary., Ipswich, Mass. 1971.

McCoy, Frank. 1926. The fast way to health; being, as to the first part, an exposition of the fasting cure and its application to the prevalent disorders, and, as to the second part, a treatise on food, together with diets for the well. Los Angeles: McCoy publications, Inc.

McDonald County Homemakers Council. 1969. McDonald County native foods cookbook. [Pineville, Mo.]: [McDonald County Homemakers Council].

McQuarrie, Jack. 1975. Wildcrafting: harvesting the wilds for a living : brush-picking, fruit-tramping, worm-grunting, and other nomadic livelihoods. Santa Barbara: Capra Press.

Meyer, Clarence, and David Meyer. 1988. The Herbalist almanac: a 50-year anthology. Glenwood, Ill: Meyerbooks.

Meyer, David. 1978. Herbal recipes: for hair, salves & liniments, medicinal wines, and vinegars, plant ash uses. Glenwood, Ill: Meyerbooks.

Meyer, Joseph Ernest. 1960. The herbalist.

Miloradovich, Milo. 1950. The art of cooking with herbs and spices; a handbook of flavors and savors. Garden City, N.Y.: Doubleday.

Myer, Donna. 1977. Answers to your mushroom questions plus recipes. Battle Creek, Mich: Myer.

Nearing, Helen, and Scott Nearing. 1970. Living the good life: how to live sanely and simply in a troubled world. New York: Schocken Books.

Northcote, Rosalind. 1971. The book of herb lore. New York: Dover Publications.

Null, Gary, and Steve Null. 1972. Herbs for the ‘seventies. New York: R. Speller.

Palm, John Daniel. 1976. Diet away your stress, tension, and anxiety: the fructose diet book : a new common-sense plan for the control of low blood sugar-related disorders, including overeating and obesity, migraine headaches, alcoholism, mental disturbances, hypoglycemia, and hyperactivity. Garden City, N.Y.: Doubleday.

Parrotto, Anthony Joseph. 1963. Baldness, grayness, dandruff: treatable or nontreatable? World’s Work.

Powell, Eric Frederick William. 1965. The modern botanic prescriber. London: Fowler.

Red Bird Missionary Conf. Commission on Archives and History.  n.d.  Records. 1979-1981Archival material.

Rose, Jeanne. 1972. Herbs & things; Jeanne Rose’s herbal. New York: Grosset & Dunlap.Rose, Jeanne. 1976. The herbal body book. New York: Grosset & Dunlap.

Saxon, Kurt, A. W. Chase, and William B. Dick. 1976. Medicines like granddad used to make. Eureka, Calif: Atlan Formularies.

Scully, Virginia. 1970. A treasury of American Indian herbs: their lore and their use for food, drugs, and medicine. New York: Crown Publishers.

Shaudys, Phyllis. 1986. The pleasure of herbs: a month-by-month guide to growing, using, and enjoying herbs. Pownal, VT: Storey Communications.

Shook, Edward E. 1974. Elementary treatise in herbology. [Beaumont, Calif.]: Trinity Center Press.

Steinmetz, E. F. 1954. Materia medica vegetabilis Pt. 1 Pt. 1. Amsterdam: Steinmetz.

Steinmetz, E. F. 1954. Materia medica vegetabilis 3 3. Amsterdam: Steinmetz.

Steinmetz, E. F. 1954. Materia medica vegetabilis Pt. 2 Pt. 2. Amsterdam: Steinmetz.

Steinmetz, E. F. 1957. Codex vegetabilis. Amsterdam: The Author.

Sweet, Muriel. 1962. Common edible and useful plants of the West. Healdsburg, Calif: Naturegraph Co.

Tatum, Billy Joe. 1976. Billy Joe Tatum’s Wild foods cookbook and field guide. New York: Workman Pub. Co.

Thompson, Steven, and Mary Thompson. 1972. Wild food plants of the Sierra. [Berkeley, Calif.]: Dragtooth Press.

Thomson, William A. R. 1976. Herbs that heal. New York: Scribner.

Tobin, Jack P. 1974. A taste of the wild; cooking with the good things from nature’s garden. [Kansas City, Mo.]: [Hallmark Cards].

United States, and Louis Otho Williams. 1960. Drug and condiment plants.

United States Pharmacopœial Convention. 1937. The First supplement to the Pharmacopœia of the United States of America: 11th decennial revision (U.S.P. XI, 1937 supplement). [Place of publication not identified]: Board of Trustees.

Van Atta, Marian. 1977. Living off the land: a handbook for living in the subtropics. Melbourne, Fla: Geraventura Corp.

Veninga, Louise. 1973. The ginseng book.

Wade, Carlson. 1968. Instant health – the nature way. New York: Award Books.

Weiner, Michael A. 1972. Earth medicine–earth foods; plant remedies, drugs, and natural foods of the North American Indians. New York: Macmillan.

Wesley, John. 1973. Primitive remedies. Beverly Hills, Calif: Woodbridge Press Pub. Co.

Yemm, J. R. 1977. The medical herbalist. North Hollywood, Calif: Wilshire Book Co.


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