Cahokia, the Great Native American Metropolis
This is the story of Cahokia, a vast urban center built by indigenous North Americans on the site of modern East St. Louis, told through the lives, personalities, and conflicts of the men and women who excavated and studied it.
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The Making of a Cahokia Archaeologist 1
The Illinois Archaeological Survey and the Prehistory of Cahokia
Early Investigations into the Great Mounds
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