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dewberry,

name for several species of the genus Rubus of the family Rosaceae (roserose,
common name for some members of the Rosaceae, a large family of herbs, shrubs, and trees distributed over most of the earth, and for plants of the genus Rosa, the true roses.
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 family). See bramblebramble,
name for plants of the genus Rubus [Lat.,=red, for the color of the juice]. This complex genus of the family Rosaceae (rose family), with representatives in many parts of the world, includes the blackberries, raspberries, loganberries, boysenberries, and
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dewberry

any trailing bramble, such as Rubus hispidus of North America and R. caesius of Europe and NW Asia, having blue-black fruits
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Historic Resources Management Branch of Alberta Culture and Tourism, were contacted by the other two authors of this essay, local historians and collectors Porter and Hendriks, regarding material that they had found while metal detecting within pasture land just west of an elbow of the Vermilion River near Dewberry. An initial visit to the site by all four authors was followed shortly in October 2014 by a shovel testing program.
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CompassData was assisted in this endeavor with planning, permitting, and equipment by several government and commercial partners including USGS, University of Alaska Fairbanks, NOAA, National Park Service, and Dewberry. The survey data will be processed in conjunction with the University of Alaska Fairbanks.