FIG. 1—HOPI INDIAN SHOWING
METHOD OF PLANTING CORN
Holes 10 inches or more deep dug to reach moisture, and then 15 or more
kernels are planted.
FIG. 2—SCATTERED CORN OF THE FORT BERTHOLD
RESERVATION IN NORTH DAKOTA
She is "The Keeper of the Corn" for the Mandan Indians and is responsible
for keeping a reserve seed supply.
FIG. 3—SIOUX INDIANS OF THE OAK RIVER
RESERVATION, MANITOBA, CANADA
The ears had been braided and hung to dry several days previous to being
photographed on August 30, 1916.