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NATI2A-00052
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Anasazi/Ancestral Puebloan women grinding corn (maize). Hand-colored woodcut
AGRI2C-00036
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Corn, or maize, staple food of the Native Americans. Composite of hand-colored woodcuts
AGRI2A-00038
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Head of corn. Hand-colored woodcut
AGRI2A-00036
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Maize, or Indian corn plant. Hand-colored woodcut
AGRI2A-00039
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Farmer in his cornfield praying for rain, 1800s. Halftone
AGRI2D-00009
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Ripe corn seeds. Photograph
AGRI2D-00010
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Seeds of ripe corn plants. Photograph
AGRI2D-00011
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Seeds of ripe corn plants. Photograph
AGRI2D-00012
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Seeds of a ripe Indian corn plant. Photograph
AGRI2D-00022
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Multicolored corn, a Native American staple crop. Photograph
NATI2A-00008
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Native Americans harvesting maize. Hand-colored woodcut
USNM2D-00307
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Dried Indian corn at Rancho de las Golondrinas, a Spanish colonial homestead near Santa Fe, New Mexico. Digital photograph
AGRI2D-00023
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Multicolored corn, a Native American staple crop. Photograph
HOUS2A-00007
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Mexican women making tortillas, 1800s. Printed color lithograph
NATI2P-01343
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Navajo cornfield, dry-farming method, near Chinle, Arizona. Photograph
NATI2P-01816
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Native American three-sisters method of growing corn, beans, and squash, New Mexico. Photograph
NATI2P-01815
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Native American three-sisters method of growing corn, beans, and squash, New Mexico. Photograph
AGRI2D-00024
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Multicolored corn, a Native American staple crop. Photograph
AGRI2D-00025
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Multicolored corn, a Native American staple crop, in a basket. Photograph
AGRI2D-00026
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Multicolored corn, a Native American staple crop. Photograph
AGRI2D-00027
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Multicolored corn, a Native American staple crop, in an Indian basket. Photograph
AGRI2D-00028
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Multicolored corn, a Native American staple crop, in an Indian basket. Photograph
AGRI2D-00029
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Posole - Pueblo Indian dried corn - in a Native American basket. Photograph
AGRI2D-00030
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Posole - Pueblo Indian dried corn - in a Native American basket. Photograph
AGRI2D-00031
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Squash, beans, and corn - the "three sisters" of Native American agriculture. Photograph
AGRI2D-00032
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Squash, corn, and beans - the "three sisters" of Native American agriculture. Photograph
AGRI2D-00033
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Squash, corn, and beans - the "three sisters" of Native American agriculture. Photograph
AGRI2D-00034
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Squash, corn, and beans - the "three sisters" of Native American agriculture. Photograph
AGRI2D-00035
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Squash, corn, and beans - the "three sisters" of Native American agriculture. Photograph
NATI2D-00006
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Native American fresco of a cornstalk on interior kiva wall, ca. 1500, Tiguex (Kuaua Pueblo) on the Rio Grande, NM
NATI2D-00001
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Ceremonial figure with cornstalk, a fresco on interior kiva wall ca. 1500 at Tiguex (Kuaua Pueblo), Coronado's campsite on the Rio Grande, NM
EVCW2D-00117
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Grits and biscuits for breakfast, Confederate encampment living history demonstration, Shiloh National Military Park, Tennessee
EVCW2D-00118
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Grits and biscuits for breakfast, Confederate encampment living history demonstration, Shiloh National Military Park, Tennessee
EVCW2D-00121
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Cornbread cooking on a campfire, Confederate encampment living history demonstration, Shiloh National Military Park, Tennessee
HSET2A-00049
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Frontier settlers' plumping mill for grinding corn beside their cabin. Hand-colored woodcut
HUSG2A-00034
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African American family eating hoe-cake and clabber in a cabin. Hand-colored woodcut
AGRI2A-00111
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Pioneers planting corn on newly cleared land in the backwoods. Hand-colored
woodcut
NATI2A-00033
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NATI2A-00033
Mound-builders gathering their crops of maize and squash. Hand-colored photogravure illustration
NATI2A-00052
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NATI2A-00052
Anasazi/Ancestral Puebloan women grinding corn (maize). Hand-colored woodcut
NATI2A-00101
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Iroquois woman pounding dried corn in a large wooden mortar, 1890s. Hand-colored halftone
NATI2A-00111
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Family's living quarters in Taos Pueblo, New Mexico, 1800s. Hand-colored woodcut
NATI2A-00141
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Native Americans using fishbone hoe to plant maize and beans, Florida, 1500s. Hand-colored DeBry engraving of Le Moyne art
NATI2A-00177
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Native American family planting maize. Hand-colored woodcut
SOCI2A-00028
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Slaves' social gathering at a plantation corn-husking. Hand-colored halftone
HOUS2D-00022
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Grits cooked over an open fire to feed Continental Army reenactors, Yorktown Battlefield, Virginia. Digital photograph
HOUS2D-00027
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Camp breakfast for Continental Army reenactors, Yorktown battlefield, Virginia. Digital photograph
HSET2A-00118
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Homesteaders dropping corn to sow a field, Great Plains, 1800s. Hand-colored woodcut
NATI2D-00455
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Navajo Blue Eagle Dancers performing the Corn-Grinding Dance at the Gallup Intertribal Ceremonials, New Mexico
NATI2D-00456
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Navajo Blue Eagle Dancers performing the Corn-Grinding Dance at the Gallup Intertribal Ceremonials, New Mexico
NATI2D-00457
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Navajo Blue Eagle Dancer performing the Corn-Grinding Dance at the Gallup Intertribal Ceremonials, New Mexico
NATI2D-00458
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Navajo Blue Eagle Dancer performing the Corn-Grinding Dance at the Gallup Intertribal Ceremonials, New Mexico
NATI2P-00543
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Hopi corn dancers performing at the Intertribal Indian Ceremonial, Gallup, New Mexico. Photograph
NATI2P-00545
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Hopi corn dancers performing at the Intertribal Indian Ceremonial, Gallup, New Mexico. Photograph
TRAN2A-00210
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Mississippi steamboat loading cattle and corn, New Madrid, Missouri, circa 1880. Hand-colored woodcut
USNM2D-00304
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Woman shucking corn at Rancho de las Golondrinas, a Spanish colonial homestead near Santa Fe, New Mexico. Digital photograph
NATI2A-00032
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Native American village and gardens of Secotan, North Carolina, then in Virginia Colony, 1600s.
Hand-colored engraving
NATI2A-00017
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Pueblo farmers watching over their fields, New Mexico.
Hand-colored woodcut
NATI2A-00019
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Zuni vegetable gardens enclosed by masonry walls, New Mexico.
Hand-colored woodcut
NATI2A-00020
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Zuni family planting their crops, New Mexico.
Hand-colored woodcut
USVA2P-00322
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USVA2P-00322
Wooden mortar for grinding maize at Mount Vernon, George Washington's home in Virginia
USWI2P-00486
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Drumlin, a glacial remmant now planted with corn, on the Ice Age National Scenic Trail, Wisconsin. Photograph
EVCW2A-00033
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Union troops charging through the cornfield, Battle of Antietam, 1862. Hand-colored woodcut
AGRI2A-00037
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AGRI2A-00037
Some New World crops, including maize, squash, and fruit. Hand-colored woodcut
AGRI2A-00001
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American farm family gathering pumpkins and husking maize, 1800s. Hand-colored woodcut
AGRI2A-00002
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Gathering pumpkins, an October scene in New England, 1860s. Hand-colored woodcut
   

   

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