The yucca or bear-grass is in perfection; its massive flower scapes are very telling.
All the others had net veined specimens, but they remembered that iris and flag and corn and bear-grass—yucca—all were parallel.
It is for the construction of these baskets that the bear-grass forms an article of considerable traffic.
Hither also the tribes from the Rocky Mountains brought down horses, bear-grass, quamash, and other commodities of the interior.
As she lay crouched in the bear-grass there came to the girl clearly the crunch of wheels over disintegrated granite.
It is formed of cedar-bark and bear-grass, so closely interwoven that it is water-tight, without the aid of either gum or resin.
The mother had dropped it or missed it in her panic, and the little thing lay whimpering in the bear-grass.