Desert Indians of the Morongo Basin
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Parry Nolina, Scrub Oak. Located in Joshua Tree National Park
The Beaver tail was a source of food. The Indians boiled the red spines on the surface of the cactus and ate them. The Parry Nolina was used to make baskets the bendable leaves made it easy to weave.
also used pottery for making baskets. These were some of the first
The Scrub Oak's acorns were a source of food for the Indians.
Indians ground the bitterness out of them and used them for breads
Tell Them "You saw 'Their Web Page'
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