A new photographic exhibition Enduring Earthworks of the Western Great Lakes and Beyond, by Daniel Seurer, will be on display at Cahokia Mounds from September 23 through November 18.
The Enduring Earthworks photographic exhibit explores the long history of mound building in the
Western Great Lakes, and the Mississippi River region. The photographs show the variety of mounds that were built by many different communities and cultures. Mound ritual and construction also evolved over time so that each set of mounds represents a particular community at a particular point in their history.
This is a free event and will be open during normal business hours in the Temporary Exhibit Hall.