The salmon-berry also is very plentiful, growing in dense prickly tangles.
"Steep Trails" by John Muir
They now set before them a small piece of buffalo-meat, some dried salmon, berries, and several kinds of roots.
"First Across the Continent" by Noah Brooks
Salmon-berries and service-berries are preserved in the same way.
"Travels in Alaska" by John Muir
Salmon berry thickets impeded his progress, scratched his round limbs with the thorns on their canes.
"Indian Legends of Vancouver Island" by Alfred Carmichael
This is a salmon-colored berry resembling in size and shape the raspberry, and grows on a low plant like the strawberry.
"The Long Labrador Trail" by Dillon Wallace
The woods were full of game, and the river of salmon, and berries loaded the plateaus.
"The Log School-House on the Columbia" by Hezekiah Butterworth
The Woodsman, going ahead of us, encountered a brown bear reaching up for a cluster of salmon-berries.
"Tenting To-night" by Mary Roberts Rinehart
He crept round this little hill and that little salmon-berry bush until he was right under the snow hill.
"Little White Fox and his Arctic Friends" by Roy J. Snell
After the salmon-berry ripened, they relaxed their vigilance, feeling that by that time the influx was secure.
"Life at Puget Sound: With Sketches of Travel in Washington Territory, British Columbia, Oregon and California" by Caroline C. Leighton
He always had salmon and berries when food became scarce and prices high.
"The Book of the National Parks" by Robert Sterling Yard
In places blue-berries grew thick, and salmon-berries were numerous.
"The Land of Nome" by Lanier McKee
So when the salmon and berries went back on him, he sort of petered out.
"A Man in the Open" by Roger Pocock
There are red and black currants, crab-apples, two varieties of salmon-berries, five of huckleberries, and strawberries.
"Alaska" by Ella Higginson
Salmon olillie, salmon berries.
"Dictionary of the Chinook Jargon" by T. N. Hibben
As I could discover none of the men, I sat down upon a large stone near some women who were supping on salmon roes and berries.
"Voyages from Montreal Through the Continent of North America to the Frozen and Pacific Oceans in 1789 and 1793" by Alexander Mackenzie
The main dependence for food was upon salmon and berries.
"Oregon and Eldorado" by Thomas Bulfinch
Dried roots, berries, and salmon were generally kept in the underground caches, but not meat.
"Shoshone-Bannock Subsistence and Society" by Robert F. Murphy
Blueberries and salmon-berries were very plentiful.
"Trails and Tramps in Alaska and Newfoundland" by William S. Thomas