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Traditional Iroquois Corn - Its History, Cultivation, and Use

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Corn is so ordinary and ubiquitous in contemporary life that we often overlook its profound, transformative powers. We drive by mile after mile of cornfields on a summer day, seldom even glancing at this strange, yet incredibly productive plant that has shaped human history in the Western Hemisphere for more than five thousand years. Traditional Iroquois Corn provides a more intimate look at corn in Iroquoia, an area that stretches from Ontario, Canada south to the Applachian Region and west to the Ohio Valley.

Contents:  Introduction, History of corn, Botany of corn, Growing corn, Eating corn, References & sources of information.

Jane Mt. Pleasant, 2011, 56 p, illustrated, soft.  $15.00

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