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    Canadian indigenous people's squash grown from ancient seeds


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    Very cool!

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    Interesting! There's Kenosewun Museum very close by in Lockport, Manitoba, which seems to be almost permanently closed for renovations, but which has an interesting survey of the archeology of the area -- including some of the only evidence of pre-contact agriculture on the Canadian Prairies.

    http://www.arch.umanitoba.ca/greenma...n/pages/1.html

    The farmers here seem to have been related to the Mandan or Hidatsa peoples. I'm guessing the seeds came from this dig.
     

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