June 19th: The oldest human-made structures in the Americas: Louisiana State University’s mounds

In this exciting video, we delve into the history of the Americas to explore the ancient treasures found at Louisiana State University’s Mounds. With some of the oldest man-made structures on the continent, these mounds serve as a fascinating window into the past. In this video, you’ll learn about the fascinating history of the mounds, how they were constructed, and what they tell us about the societies that created them. This also touches on other sites around North America, focusing on their cultural impacts.

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