The sedentary Cahokia in southwestern Illinois adapted corn and beans from Mexico and thrived betwee

The sedentary Cahokia in southwestern Illinois adapted corn and beans from Mexico and thrived between 1050 and 1200. They were a classic example of the urban-oriented, mound-building, agricultural societies.

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