Shikaakwa Cover

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ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS   The UIC Heritage Garden would like to acknowledge several individuals for their support of the Shikaakwa scrapbook. First, we thank the UIC Sustainability Fee and the USDA Forest Service International Programs for their generous financial support. We thank the Centers for Cultural Understanding and Social Change for providing resources and frameworks through which the Heritage Garden is grounded upon. Lastly, this scrapbook would not be possible without the wealth of knowledge and experiences from Eli Suzukovich III, Cynthia Soto, Fawn Pochel, and all from the American Indian Center of Chicago. Working with the Shikaakwa heritage plants is a privilege and practice of ongoing respect for the land and its people. We are thankful for the collective support.  1. Suzukovich III, Eli. 2017.  Native Plants and Their Benefits and History . Various quotes, paraphrases, and information from oral communication.  2. Soto, Cynthia. 2017.  American Indian Center’s History and Roll.  Various quotes, paraphrases, and information from oral communication.  3. Pochel, Fawn. 2017.  American Indian Center’s History and Roll.  Various quotes, paraphrases, and information from oral communication.  4. Broccheto, Marilia and Grinberg, Emanuella. 2016.  Quest to change Columbus Day to Indigenous People’s Day sails ahead.  Retrieved from   https://www.cnn.com/2016/10/09/us/columbus-day-indigenous-peoples-day/index.html   5. LCC. Indigenous People’s Day photo credit.  6. Cusack, Harte, Chan, “The Economics of Invasive Species.” Prepared for the Oregon Invasive Species Council.  Oregon State University 2009.   7. National Park Services. Retrieved 2017.  Preparing the Site . Retrieved from:  https://www.nps.gov/plants/restore/pubs/intronatplant/preparing.htm.   8. Emmsworld. Retrieved 2017.  What’s So Great About Native Plants?  Retrieved From:  https://emswcd.org/native-plants/native-plant-benefits/.   9. National Wildlife Federation. 2015.  Redefining Curb Appeal . Retrieved from:  https://www.nwf.org/News-and-Magazines/National-Wildlife/Gardening/Archives/2015/Redefining-Curb-Appeal.aspx Archived Source   10. Hilty. 2016.  Nodding Onion . Retrieved from  http://www.illinoiswildflowers.info/prairie/plantx/nod_onionx.htm   11. Jones, Lauren. 2014.  U. VA. Undergraduate Researcher Studies Sunflowers’ Power to Clean Up Soil.  Retrieved from:  https://news.virginia.edu/content/uva-undergraduate-researcher-studies-sunflowers-power-clean-soil.   12. Native Plants and Ecosystems Services.  Native Plant Facts: Paleleaf Woodland Sunflower.  Retrieved from:  https://www.canr.msu.edu/nativeplants/uploads/files/Paleleaf_woodland_sunflower.pdf.   13. Hilty, John. 2016.  Woodland Sunflower . Retrieved from:  http://www.illinoiswildflowers.info/savanna/plants/wd_sunflower.html   14. Hilty, John. 2016.  Blue Flag Iris . Retrieved from:  http://www.illinoiswildflowers.info/wetland/plants/blueflag.htm   15. Grieve, M. 1995.  Iris Versicolor . Retrieved from:  https://botanical.com/botanical/mgmh/i/iriver11.html

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