Native American PowerPoint Series-Ancient Mound Builders-Cahokia-Serpent Mound

Native American PowerPoint Series-Ancient Mound Builders-Cahokia-Serpent Mound
Native American PowerPoint Series-Ancient Mound Builders-Cahokia-Serpent Mound
Native American PowerPoint Series-Ancient Mound Builders-Cahokia-Serpent Mound
Native American PowerPoint Series-Ancient Mound Builders-Cahokia-Serpent Mound
Native American PowerPoint Series-Ancient Mound Builders-Cahokia-Serpent Mound
Native American PowerPoint Series-Ancient Mound Builders-Cahokia-Serpent Mound
Native American PowerPoint Series-Ancient Mound Builders-Cahokia-Serpent Mound
Native American PowerPoint Series-Ancient Mound Builders-Cahokia-Serpent Mound
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Take your students on a fascinating 35 slide tour, complete with rich informational text, of some of the United States’ most ancient and sacred Native American sites-Cahokia near St. Louis and the Great Serpent Mound of southern Ohio. By 1000 A.D. and through about 1400 A.D., the Mississippian Culture (and the Adenas) encompassed an immense amount of people and land in current central and southeastern U.S. Cahokia was the huge, thriving capital city in which there was an organized government, religion, and education. The author’s actual photographs help the viewers visualize both of these sites including places such as the effigy mounds, stockades, the mound for the temple and priests, Woodhenge, and more.
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