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Title

The Cahokia Mounds (5/3/00)

Date of this Version

May 2000

Abstract

The Cahokia Mounds, some of the largest earthen structures in the world, were built by ancient sophisticated Native cultures more than 1,000 years ago. Used for ceremonies and burials, the Cahokia Mounds are now being run down by all-terrain vehicles. Why is recreation valued more than Native heritage? And what is being done to stop the destruction of these sacred sites?

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