Origin of camass
Examples from the Web for camass
Both the pion and the camass are largely utilized even at the present day for food by the Indians.North America|Israel C. Russell
For "quamash" read "camass," an edible root much prized by the Nez Perces then and now.First Across the Continent|Noah Brooks
Camass, ka-mas′, n. a small plant growing in the north-western United States, also its nutritious bulb.