Eclipses were a 'time of tension' for indigenous people

While modern people have the advantage of telescopes and astronomical measurements to predict a coming eclipse, First Nations had no such advantages. The Mississippian people who populated the Native American city of Cahokia thousands of years bef
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While modern people have the advantage of telescopes and astronomical measurements to predict a coming eclipse, First Nations had no such advantages. The Mississippian people who populated the Native American city of Cahokia thousands of years bef

Ancient Cahokians may have watched the sun disappear, not knowing it would return

August 11, 2017 09:30 AM