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American farm family gathering pumpkins and husking maize, 1800s. Hand-colored woodcut
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Gathering pumpkins, an October scene in New England, 1860s. Hand-colored woodcut
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Maize, or Indian corn plant. Hand-colored woodcut
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Some New World crops, including maize, squash, and fruit. Hand-colored woodcut
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Head of corn. Hand-colored woodcut
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Pioneers planting corn on newly cleared land in the backwoods. Hand-colored
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Corn, or maize, staple food of the Native Americans. Composite of hand-colored woodcuts
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Ripe corn seeds. Photograph
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Seeds of ripe corn plants. Photograph
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Seeds of ripe corn plants. Photograph
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Seeds of a ripe Indian corn plant. Photograph
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Multicolored corn, a Native American staple crop. Photograph
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Multicolored corn, a Native American staple crop. Photograph
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Multicolored corn, a Native American staple crop. Photograph
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Multicolored corn, a Native American staple crop, in a basket. Photograph
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Multicolored corn, a Native American staple crop. Photograph
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Multicolored corn, a Native American staple crop, in an Indian basket. Photograph
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Multicolored corn, a Native American staple crop, in an Indian basket. Photograph
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Posole - Pueblo Indian dried corn - in a Native American basket. Photograph
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Posole - Pueblo Indian dried corn - in a Native American basket. Photograph
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Squash, beans, and corn - the "three sisters" of Native American agriculture. Photograph
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Squash, corn, and beans - the "three sisters" of Native American agriculture. Photograph
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Squash, corn, and beans - the "three sisters" of Native American agriculture. Photograph
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Squash, corn, and beans - the "three sisters" of Native American agriculture. Photograph
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Squash, corn, and beans - the "three sisters" of Native American agriculture. Photograph
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Maize. Photograph
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Maize. Photograph
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Maize. Photograph
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Maize. Photograph
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Maize. Photograph
AGRI2P-00269
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Maize. Photograph
AGRI2S-00024
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Multicolored corn, a Native American staple crop. Silhouette of a photograph
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Maize, or Indian corn plant. Hand-colored woodcut
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Maize, or Indian corn plant. Woodcut
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Pioneers planting corn on newly cleared land in the backwoods. Woodcut
EVCW2D-00117
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Grits and biscuits for breakfast, Confederate encampment living history demonstration, Shiloh National Military Park, Tennessee
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Grits and biscuits for breakfast, Confederate encampment living history demonstration, Shiloh National Military Park, Tennessee
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Cornbread cooking on a campfire, Confederate encampment living history demonstration, Shiloh National Military Park, Tennessee
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Mexican women making tortillas, 1800s. Printed color lithograph
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Frontier settlers' plumping mill for grinding corn beside their cabin. Hand-colored woodcut
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African American family eating hoe-cake and clabber in a cabin. Hand-colored woodcut
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Native Americans harvesting maize. Hand-colored woodcut
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Pueblo farmers watching over their fields, New Mexico.
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Zuni vegetable gardens enclosed by masonry walls, New Mexico.
Hand-colored woodcut
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Zuni family planting their crops, New Mexico.
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Native American village and gardens of Secotan, North Carolina, then in Virginia Colony, 1600s.
Hand-colored engraving
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Mound-builders gathering their crops of maize and squash. Hand-colored photogravure illustration
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Anasazi/Ancestral Puebloan women grinding corn (maize). Hand-colored woodcut
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Iroquois woman pounding dried corn in a large wooden mortar, 1890s. Hand-colored halftone
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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
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Native American family planting maize. Hand-colored woodcut
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
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-00223
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Metate y mano, Ancestral Puebloan corn grinding stones, Mesa Verde National Park, Colorado
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Metate y mano, Ancestral Puebloan corn grinding stones, Mesa Verde National Park, Colorado.
NATI2D-00225
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Metate y mano, Ancestral Puebloan corn grinding stones, Mesa Verde National Park, Colorado
NATI2D-00244
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Maize kernels dated to the 1200s near a Mogollon grinding stone, Gila Cliff Dwellings, New Mexico
NATI2D-00245
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Maize kernels in a floor enclosure at Gila Cliff Dwellings National Monument, New Mexico
NATI2D-00249
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Native American metates y manos, or grinding stones for corn, at San Luis Rey mission, California
NATI2D-00280
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Elevated corn crib in Chucalissa Village, a 1500s Mississippean site reconstructed by the University of Memphis TN
NATI2D-00281
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Elevated corn crib in Chucalissa Village, a 1500s Mississippean site reconstructed by the University of Memphis TN
NATI2D-00284
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Elevated corn crib in Chucalissa Village, a 1500s Mississippean site reconstructed by the University of Memphis TN
NATI2D-00302
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Apache village reconstructed along the White River, Fort Apache Reservation, Arizona
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Apache wickiups in a village reconstructed along the White River, Fort Apache Reservation, Arizona
NATI2D-00308
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Apache village cornfield along the White River, Fort Apache Reservation, Arizona
NATI2D-00331
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Corn grinding stones at Besh-Ba-Gowah Archaeological Park, a multi-storied Salado village inhabited circa 1225-1400 AD, Arizona
NATI2D-00332
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Corn grinding stones at Besh-Ba-Gowah Archaeological Park, a multi-storied Salado village inhabited circa 1225-1400 AD, Arizona
NATI2D-00333
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Corn grinding stones at Besh-Ba-Gowah Archaeological Park, a multi-storied Salado village inhabited circa 1225-1400 AD, Arizona
NATI2D-00334
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Corn grinding stones at Besh-Ba-Gowah Archaeological Park, a multi-storied Salado village inhabited circa 1225-1400 AD, Arizona
NATI2D-00335
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Corn grinding stones at Besh-Ba-Gowah Archaeological Park, a multi-storied Salado village inhabited circa 1225-1400 AD, Arizona
NATI2D-00336
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Corn grinding stones at Besh-Ba-Gowah Archaeological Park, a multi-storied Salado village inhabited circa 1225-1400 AD, Arizona
NATI2D-00350
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Maize grinding stones inside the prehistoric Salado Culture cliff-dwelling ruins at Tonto National Monument, Arizona, inhabited in the 1300s
NATI2D-00351
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Maize grinding stones inside the prehistoric Salado Culture cliff-dwelling ruins at Tonto National Monument, Arizona, inhabited in the 1300s
NATI2D-00352
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Maize grinding stones at the prehistoric Salado Culture cliff-dwelling ruins at Tonto National Monument, Arizona, inhabited in the 1300s
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Maize grinding stones at the prehistoric Salado Culture cliff-dwelling ruins at Tonto National Monument, Arizona, inhabited in the 1300s
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Ceremonial figure sowing seeds, a fresco on interior kiva wall ca. 1500 at Tiguex (Kuaua Pueblo), Coronado's campsite on the Rio Grande, NM. Photograph
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Ceremonial figure sowing seeds, a fresco on interior kiva wall ca. 1500 at Tiguex (Kuaua Pueblo), Coronado's campsite on the Rio Grande, NM. Photograph
NATI2P-00386
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Native American garden of maize, beans and squash, Bandelier National Monument, New Mexico. Photograph
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Salado People's metate y mano (grinding stones) for corn, Tonto National Monument, Arizona. Photograph
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Kival mural (fresco 1500s)figure with cornstalk, Kuaua Pueblo (Tiguex), New Mexico. Photograph
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Anasazi/Ancestral Puebloan grinding stones, Betatakin cliff dwelling, Arizona. Photograph
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Anasazi/Ancestral Puebloan maize grinding stones, Betatakin cliff dwelling, Arizona. Photograph
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Hopi fire clan petroglyph, Betatakin cliff dwelling,Navajo National Monument, Arizona. Photograph
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Hopi fire clan petroglyph and animal figure at Betatakin cliff dwelling,Navajo National Monument, Arizona. Photograph
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Hilled corn seedlings emerging in Mandan/Hidatsa garden, Knife River Indian Village, North Dakota. Photograph
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Wooden mortar and pestle, Chucalissa Native American village, Memphis, Tennessee. Photograph
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Native Americans harvesting maize. Woodcut
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Native American village and gardens of Secotan, North Carolina, then in Virginia Colony, 1600s. Engraving
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Mound-builders gathering their crops of maize and squash. Photogravure illustration
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Mound-builders gathering their crops of maize and squash. Animation of a hand-colored photogravure illustration
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Native American family planting maize. 12-sec animation of a hand-colored woodcut
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Indigenous cooking experts at the American Indian Alaska Native Tourism conference, Marysville WA. Photograph
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Slaves' social gathering at a plantation corn-husking. Hand-colored halftone
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Land in Minnesota and Iowa advertised by the St. Paul & Sioux City RR Co., 1870s. Woodcut with a watercolor wash
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Jamestown colonists dealing out the last 5 kernels of corn during the Starving Time, Virginia Colony. Hand-colored woodcut
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Jamestown colonists dealing out the last 5 kernels of corn during the Starving Time, Virginia Colony. Woodcut
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Farmer in his cornfield praying for rain, 1800s. Halftone
AGRI2P-00134
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Onions, beans, and corn in a vegetable garden. Photograph
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Corn plants growing in summer. Photograph
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Multicolored Indian corn and squash. Photograph
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Multicolored Indian corn and squash. Photograph
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Multicolored Indian corn and squash. Photograph
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Multicolored Indian corn and squash. Photograph
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Multicolored Indian corn and squash. Photograph
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Cornfield at sunrise. 32-sec HD video
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Advertisement for Kellogg's corn flakes, 1916. Printed color halftone illustration
BUSN2P-00195
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Water wheel of corn mill in Cades Cove, Great Smoky Mtns National Park, Tennessee. Photograph
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Corn being ground in waterpower mill, Cades Cove, Great Smoky Mtns National Park, Tennessee. Photograph
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Ad for Kellogg's corn flakes, 1916. Halftone illustration and type
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Acorns and corn ground between stones into flour, California. Photograph
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Grits cooked over an open fire to feed Continental Army reenactors, Yorktown Battlefield, Virginia. Digital photograph
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Camp breakfast for Continental Army reenactors, Yorktown battlefield, Virginia. Digital photograph
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Homesteaders dropping corn to sow a field, Great Plains, 1800s. Hand-colored woodcut
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Replica of a prehistoric Shawnee garden of corn, beans, and squash, Sun Watch Village, Dayton, Ohio. Photograph
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Zuni Pueblo women grinding corn, 1800s. Hand-colored woodcut
NATI2D-00425
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Zuni girl performing the Turkey Dance with the Red-Tailed Hawk Dancers at the Gallup Intertribal Ceremonials, New Mexico
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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
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Navajo Blue Eagle Dancer performing the Corn-Grinding Dance at the Gallup Intertribal Ceremonials, New Mexico

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