Ancient N. America connected to Mexico

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Ancient N. America connected to Mexico

Chaco, Cahokia were outliers of great empire, archaeologist says
The ancient Mesoamerican city Cahokia, near St. Louis, was larger than most cities in Europe 1,000 years ago. Archaeologist Steve Leckson gave a presentation in Cortez last week that focused on Cahokia and Chaco’s connections to the ancient cities of Mexico and South America.
The people of ancient Chaco, in New Mexico, traded for chocolate and macaws from southern Mexico and Central America. Archaeologists are discovering more evidence that Chaco was linked to civilizations far to the south.

Ancient N. America connected to Mexico

The ancient Mesoamerican city Cahokia, near St. Louis, was larger than most cities in Europe 1,000 years ago. Archaeologist Steve Leckson gave a presentation in Cortez last week that focused on Cahokia and Chaco’s connections to the ancient cities of Mexico and South America.
The people of ancient Chaco, in New Mexico, traded for chocolate and macaws from southern Mexico and Central America. Archaeologists are discovering more evidence that Chaco was linked to civilizations far to the south.
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