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New American Indian Village Takes Visitors Back in Time

There is precious little opportunity to experience what life was ike in the United States before its colonization by European settlers. Now, an American Indian village built on a park just outside Washington is taking visitors back in time to experience the way of life of America's indigenous people. The village was built on a 16,000-square-meter lot at Patuxent River Park in Upper Marlboro, Maryland. Its features include dwellings — a 12-meter longhouse that would have served as...

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