FIG.1— TYPES OF CORN RAISED BY THE INDIANS OF
From left to right: Navajo birdsegg, Navajo yellow, Navajo white
Hopi yellow, Hopi white, Hopi blue, Hopi black
FIG. 2.—CORN HUSKING AND SCRAPING TOOLS>
(a) An Indian's corn-husking pin made of bear bone.
(b) A white man's imitation of the above.
(c) A scraper made from a deer's jaw and used by the
Iroquois Indians for removing green corn from the cob.
(Courtesy of the Canada Geological Survey.)