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Think Hockey with Spears: 10th Century’s Most Popular Sport Developed by Native Americans
More than 900 years ago, the most popular sport in North America wasn’t football, baseball or even soccer, it was chunkey; a game that was originally played by indigenous people, a...
Native History: Chief Pontiac Murdered in Cahokia
This Date in Native History: On April 20, 1769, Ottawa war chief Pontiac was murdered in Cahokia, Illinois...
Cahokia Marks Summer Solstice at Woodhenge
Cahokia Mounds State Historic Park is inviting visitors to witness the solstice as Native Americans would have 1,000 years ago, at Woodhenge on June 23...
Ritual Use of Caffeinated ‘Vomit Drink’ Discovered at Cahokia
Made from the roasted leaves of the Yaupon holly (Ilex vomitoria) that grew more than 300 miles away, researchers found evidence that inhabitants at Cahokia were enjoying caffeinat...