Carter, W. H. North American Indian Medical Practices and Burial Customs. London: Namind Printers & Publishers, 1973
Carter’s compilation contains explanations of multiple plants and customs. Although the author does not list or explain many plants of customs as very specific to Connecticut, he does give an important explanation on tobacco. Tobacco, despite having been of a different variety, grew since before the time of native-settler contact. The plant became an important to both settlers and natives.