Three ears of reddish corn set around a leather bag that contains dried corn kernels.

Title: Corn

Source : Huron-Wendat Museum

Year: 2011

Corn had an important place in the lives of the Iroquoians. It provided a large part of their food supply and the various parts of the plant were used to make everyday items. They produced a large surplus which they exchanged with the Algonquians.