New Mississippi River Bridge Could Threaten Excavation of Newly-Discovered Cahokia Suburb
There are 1 comment on the River Front Times story from Jun 5, 2012, titled New Mississippi River Bridge Could Threaten Excavation of Newly-Discovered Cahokia Suburb. In it, River Front Times reports that:
Even 900 years ago, big cities had suburbs. The biggest city in North America then was Cahokia, and its suburbs stretched westward across the Mississippi River and north across most of what is now East St.
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#1 Jun 5, 2012
900 years ago apes roamed freely draging their knuckles on the ground. Through all the evolution we have returned full circle. Why dig, just go down a few streets at night and get some pictures.
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