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Descendents of Cahokia | Podcast | Overheard at National Geographic ctm magazine



How did people create Cahokia, an ancient American Indian metropolis near present-day St. Louis? And why did they abandon it? Archaeologists are piecing together the answers—but Cahokia’s story isn’t finished yet. Hear how an Osage anthropologist is protecting the remaining burial mounds and sacred shrines so the descendants of Cahokia’s founders can keep its legacy alive.

Credit: Photograph by Ira Block, National Geographic

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  • Tim Monbrod on December 7, 2021

    What an old school Geographer taught me over 40 years ago was as you get older you will see how little we actually know about Historical Geography… He was absolutely right. Like Socrates once said," All I know is that I know nothing." He seemed to be saying to stay humble about learning in general as we discover the world around us…🇺🇲🇺🇳✝️🌎🌍🌐🗺️🌏

  • kestkr on December 7, 2021

    More Americans need to know about Native American civilizations. They weren’t just tipis and huts.

  • Donn Hall on December 7, 2021

    How about we save the Mounds for ALL of US as well as the descendants of those who built them.

  • Im here. I run this Land. I am the PHARAOH OF THE ARCH

  • Lies. The Osage were Not the builders. Liars.

  • MY ANIMALS on December 7, 2021

    Hear how an Osage anthropologist is protecting the remaining burial mounds and sacred shrines so the descendants of Cahokia’s founders can keep its legacy alive.

  • le club de roblox on December 7, 2021

    wow

  • al bugnfront on December 7, 2021

    Much forgotten is for a reason. Tell me what Archeological sites n artifacts discovered have not been worshipped! Be ready to deal with the good n bad that comes from any "unveiling". Pride, is one resurrected evil. I am part native, history can open new wounds..are you ready for them, if not. Let the dead lay IN PEACE. We have a saying…that which was festered, should remain untouched, lest you become festered!
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  • Thomas Goss on December 7, 2021

    Hmm

  • Riya Riji on December 7, 2021

    Wow,nice 👍…I like these types of topography very much

  • Abdul Rauf Fawwaz Khan on December 7, 2021

    This gave an insight to Cahokia

  • Ashley Madison[H0rny H0usewife] on December 7, 2021

    Wow,nice 👍…I like these types of topography very much

  • Wow,nice 👍…I like these types of topography very much

  • Robin Bare on December 7, 2021

    Thankyou N.G., for sharing this most interesting story. I'm a decendant of the Cherokee and I believe this is so much more than sacred land. I hope you will bring more information on these people and meaning of these mounds.

  • Pamela Williams on December 7, 2021

    The people of Neshoba say the mounds were built by giants, the giants were killed by Neshoba people and we took their mounds as our own.

  • Heatmorus on December 7, 2021

    I like this video

  • Casey Orrin on December 7, 2021

    Nephites and Lamanites, exact timelines

  • Jose DeLosAngeles on December 8, 2021

    How shameful it must be to their ancestor that they are alive and not making paradise out of their land. Sad

  • Winny Sari on December 8, 2021

    When i was a child i watched a video in national geographic..i forgot what the title was but i remembered one of the crew was eaten WHOLE by an alligator..The backstory of the village was that their people asked some people to help them kill those alligators..Some of those people were thrown down the bridge…USED as bait to kill the alligators..Here i am trying to search that video….

  • Mike's Micro Shop on December 9, 2021

    The Mound you have pictured IS NOT in Missouri, it is in Illinois!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! It is not fenced off and you can go up on top. across the street, there are many more mounds and a very nice museum that has many displays and an audio-visual presentation! They also have a self-guided walking tour of the mounds site with an audio device that you play at stopping points along the way.

  • 79DATSUN620 on December 10, 2021

    Where are the FULL EPISODES at national geographic???why don't you post FULL EPISODES like the history channel does???

  • vapete 123 on December 10, 2021

    Interesting Content indeed, it's always good to learn something about different Cultures around the world. I was so interested that I went on Google Earth to scoot around the area, the way the Mounds are formed and what lies beneath is fascinating .. there's much History here in the UK that covers many tens of centuries due mainly to our Monarchy ..
    Great Podcast and very well presented 🇬🇧👍

  • Tranquil Sea - Slow Down on December 10, 2021

    Love things like this. So fascinating 😯

  • Vipul Borkar on December 15, 2021

    Nice story.

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