Three Sisters Wampum Belt
Wampum was a means of communication between tribes, a way to keep a history of the tribe, and even a form of money between Indians and the Whites.  The three sisters were corn, beans, and squash; the primary sustenance of the tribes of the Iroquois federation.

More information:
http://www.manataka.org/page68.html
and
http://www.sausd.k12.ca.us/sitemaster/SITES/Schools/Elementary/Greenville/Information pages/iroquois.html

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Image Size 12 x 18
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