Native American Burnt Corn Fragments

Ancient Pueblo

Hutchings Museum Institute

Hutchings Museum Institute
Lehi, United States

Corn or Maize was the most important agricultural product in the prehistoric Southwest. Corn, along with beans and squash, formed the staple diet of prehistoric people. Prehistoric corn was much smaller than modern varieties. The fragments you see here were charred by fire.


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