My childhood was idyllic, truly the stuff of story books.  The corn was always knee-high by the 4th of July & the skies were just as blue.

My childhood was idyllic, truly the stuff of story books. The corn was always knee-high by the 4th of July & the skies were just as blue.

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corn dolly- "Corn" is an agricultural term- meaning the main cereal crop of any area. In this case "corn" is wheat!

corn dolly- "Corn" is an agricultural term- meaning the main cereal crop of any area. In this case "corn" is wheat!

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Growing corn using the hill method is a simple way to grow small amounts of corn in a garden that otherwise wouldn't have the space for a large corn crop.

Growing corn using the hill method is a simple way to grow small amounts of corn in a garden that otherwise wouldn't have the space for a large corn crop.

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Woman on a farmer’s shoulder emphasizes a corn crop’s height in Minnesota, 1916. Geographic

Woman on a farmer’s shoulder emphasizes a corn crop’s height in Minnesota, 1916. Geographic

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This Fingerprint Corn on the Cob Art is the perfect fall or farm craft. Kids will enjoy dipping their fingers in colored paint and printing + a lot more thumbprint / fingerprint / handprint crafts via ArtsyCraftsyMom.com  in the same post.

This Fingerprint Corn on the Cob Art is the perfect fall or farm craft. Kids will enjoy dipping their fingers in colored paint and printing + a lot more thumbprint / fingerprint / handprint crafts via ArtsyCraftsyMom.com in the same post.

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Chief Big Foot 1825–1890, with his wife White Hawk. Photo taken 1872. Big Foot was born in the northern Great Plains. One of the first Sioux to raise a corn crop on the Cheyenne River. He traveled to Washington, D.C., as a tribal delegate and worked to establish schools throughout the Sioux territory. Tragically killed.

Chief Big Foot 1825–1890, with his wife White Hawk. Photo taken 1872. Big Foot was born in the northern Great Plains. One of the first Sioux to raise a corn crop on the Cheyenne River. He traveled to Washington, D.C., as a tribal delegate and worked to establish schools throughout the Sioux territory. Tragically killed.

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