Cahokia Mounds Map

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Ancient indigenous city (c. 600–1400 CE) near Collinsville, Illinois. Oldest Archaeological site in America.

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    Raff2603
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    “Oldest Archaeological site in America”, North America you mean, fucking gringo.

    Dral
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    Dral

    As people who live here are called Americans, calling this country America is actually pretty accepted. Don’t get your panties in a bunch.

    Archaeologist jack
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    Bull Shit! Not the oldest. Oldest might be Meadowcroft Rock Shelter. Cahokia terminates in 1450 AD. Humans have been in North America since at least 8500 BC (11500 BP). Evidence is mounting for dates 14500 BP, or older if you believe the South American data

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    Carnito

    Mexico is part of North America. So is Panama.

    mld
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    Still a fucking awesome site, considering it was all built in the early Dirt Age.



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