Immigrants at the Mississippian polity of Cahokia: strontium isotope evidence for population movement
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Lee Rannals for redOrbit.com - Your Universe Online Researchers from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign have discove ..

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Researchers find that Cahokia, a pre-Columbian native American city of 20,000 near what would become St. Louis, may have been th ..

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Archaeologists have found evidence that the 12th century Native American city of Cahokia was America's first melting pot ..

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At least a third of all people living in the ancient American city of Cahokia were immigrants, a new study has found. ..

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Durante mucho tiempo se ha venido creyendo que el yacimiento arqueológico de Cahokia, antaño una ciudad precolombi ..

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In Cahokia, the first city in the future United States, immigrants formed a third of the population, new study shows: http://t.co/QN9GkeJ74h

In Cahokia, the first city in the future United States, immigrants formed a third of the population, new study shows: http://t.co/QN9GkeJ74h

In Cahokia, the first city in the future United States, immigrants formed a third of the population, new study shows: http://t.co/QN9GkeJ74h

In Cahokia, the first city in the future United States, immigrants formed a third of the population, new study shows: http://t.co/QN9GkeJ74h

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