A lifesize diorama in “Wetlands and Waterways: the Key to Cahokia” exhibit at Cahokia Mounds features a Native American woman harvesting squash, hunters and a lake.
A lifesize diorama in “Wetlands and Waterways: the Key to Cahokia” exhibit at Cahokia Mounds features a Native American woman harvesting squash, hunters and a lake. Picasa Picasa
A lifesize diorama in “Wetlands and Waterways: the Key to Cahokia” exhibit at Cahokia Mounds features a Native American woman harvesting squash, hunters and a lake. Picasa Picasa

New Cahokia Mounds exhibit features 700-year-old canoe

August 12, 2015 07:01 AM

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