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Thank you for this review; I am adding the book to my wishlist. I only heard about Cahokia recently in the course of reading Charles C.
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Mann's , a history of the precolumbian Americas. Mann is Euro-American but does interview some Native experts and spends some time outlining the bias issues involved in the archaeology. Sorry that I don't have a Native source to recommend. I did very much enjoy your review.
Reply Thread. Mann's book focuses less on the history of excavations than on actual Cahokian society, in its Cahokia sections--Pauketat mentions that it was the largest city ever in North America until sometime in the 19th century, right?
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Mann also talks more about why the city wasn't built directly on the Mississippi, iirc, and about what brought down the society. Sadly I too can't think of any other books to suggest about Cahokia per se, let alone any by Native authors. Reply Parent Thread. I'm so glad you enjoyed; I spent a truly comical amount of time writing this. I have the sense that it's probably harder to find Native voices reflecting on the relatively-more-distant past--you have all the issues you would have asking modern-day Danes, for instance, to reflect on the 11th c Danish empire--PLUS generations of colonial cultural disruption and erasure.
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Not to mention the confusion about who were the victors within Cahokia, and who the victims and external enemies. But I like looking at the more distant past; I think much bad comes of the "cultures of color's history begins at the dawn of colonization" trend. And then because I study the 11th c in other parts of the world, it feels like a good starting place. You're welcome! I spent a lot of time writing this up because I really wanted to spread the word.
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