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History and Native American origins of the Aunt Mary's sweet corn.

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Greetings folks! Blake wanna find out about the actual history of the Aunt Mary's sweet corn, being from Ohio and around the Great Lakes, in the 1800s. I wanna find out which Native Americans and early settlers used that historic brand of corn. I've heard from a Cherokee guy from Missouri that the corn has been used somehow in Prophetstown, Indiana where Lafayette is today. Is it true that the corn has a connection to Prophetstown or anywhere in the Midwest? I wanna hear your own stories or historic background of the corn, then let me know the rest! Thanks!
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