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Lecture – Archaeological Legacy of Poverty Point by Diana Greenlee A remarkable earthworks complex that was built and occupied by American Indians from about 1700 to 1100 BCE in what is today northeast Louisiana is designated Poverty Point World Heritage … Continue reading ?
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