Bitterroot

Knowledge Identifier: $Bitterroot

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Bitterroot

Category:Edible plantsadd

Category: Cooking (332)

Launched in 1700.

Countries: United States (75%), (25%)

Main connections: Montana, Lewisia

Linked to: Salish Kootenai College, University of California Botanical Garden

 

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1805

Meriwether Lewis ate bitterroot in 1805 and 1806 during the Lewis and Clark Expedition add something


1806

Lewisia - Lewis discovered the specimen in 1806 at Lolo Creek, in the mountain range that became known as the Bitterroot Mountains


1862

Montana - The first formal school on record was at Fort Owen in Bitterroot valley in 1862


1891

Montana - The Salish remained in the Bitterroot Valley until 1891


1895

The bitterroot was selected as the Montana state flower on February 27, 1895 add something


2009

The genus Lewisia was moved in 2009 from the Purslane family with adoption of the APG III system, which established the Montiaceae family add something