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Both the pion and the camass are largely utilized even at the present day for food by the Indians.North America|Israel C. Russell
The Natives along the River now are generally employed curing salmon and collecting camass.
For "quamash" read "camass," an edible root much prized by the Nez Perces then and now.First Across the Continent|Noah Brooks
They were cooked elaborately in pits, care being taken to avoid the poisonous bulbs of the Death Camass, which resemble them.Field Book of Western Wild Flowers|Margaret Armstrong
Camass, ka-mas′, n. a small plant growing in the north-western United States, also its nutritious bulb.