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Thursday, November 8, 2012

Indian Corn

4th graders learned about the history of corn in North America. They learned that it was a staple crop for the Native Americans. When the English settlers came over to North America from England, they would not have survived if they hadn’t learned how to plant and harvest corn from the Native Americans. Today, Indian corn, or ornamental corn, is used mainly as a decoration during the autumn’s months.

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