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Community
Myaamia Heritage Museum and Archive
Category
Food & Agriculture
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Community
Myaamia Heritage Museum and Archive
Category
Food & Agriculture
Summary
Tool used to crush miincipi into a fine powder for cooking. Horizontal corn mortar (13-14" diameter; 32" long).
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Community
Myaamia Heritage Museum and Archive
Category
Food & Agriculture
Summary
Tool used to crush miincipi into a fine powder for cooking. Upright corn mortar (16½" diameter; 27" tall).
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Community
Myaamia Heritage Museum and Archive
Category
Food & Agriculture
Summary
Tool used to crush miincipi into a fine powder for cooking.
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Community
Myaamia Heritage Museum and Archive
Category
Food & Agriculture
Summary
Tools used to crush miincipi into a powder for cooking.
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Community
Myaamia Heritage Museum and Archive
Category
Food & Agriculture
Summary
Baskets used for making miincipi flour.
Community
Myaamia Heritage Museum and Archive
Category
Food & Agriculture
Summary
After miincipi flour was made, this dish would be used to make cornbread.
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Community
Myaamia Heritage Museum and Archive
Category
Food & Agriculture
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Community
Myaamia Heritage Museum and Archive
Category
Food & Agriculture
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Community
Myaamia Heritage Museum and Archive
Category
Food & Agriculture
Community
Myaamia Heritage Museum and Archive
Category
Food & Agriculture
Summary
Jaw of a deer used when making miincipi flour. Deer jawbone scraper (siinipiikiinkweehaakani) with at least 6 teeth.
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Community
Myaamia Heritage Museum and Archive
Category
Food & Agriculture
Summary
Used to cook hominy; other various uses. Large flat bottom copper kettle. 18th-Century Hudson Bay Company kettle.