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Hopewell tradition

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The Hopewell tradition describes the common aspects of the Native American culture that ..... driven game animals north or west, as weather would have a detrimental effect on plant life, drastically...

Hopewell peoples

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When they buried honored people in the mounds, the Hopewell included items ... In their eating habits, the Hopewell fit between hunter-gatherers and farmers.

What did the Hopewell Indians eat - Answers.com

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Hopewell Indians were hunter / gatherers. They ate a typical stone-age diet, fish, and meat - berries and plants. In their eating habits, the Hopewell fit between ...

Weapons and Tools of The Kuhne Site Hopewell Indians

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The Hopewell Indians who had inhabited the Kuhne site used many different tools and ... Indians did not discover the bow and arrow technology until after the Hopewell Indians. ... These stone were used to grind grains, nuts, and other foods.

Where did the Hopewell Indians live? | Reference.com

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The Hopewell Indians lived in Ohio and parts of the Eastern and Midwestern United States, including Wisconsin, New York and Mississippi. They lived in ...

Native Peoples of North America - Hopewell - Cabrillo College

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Feb 21, 2000 ... And like the Adena "culture," Hopewell should not be conceived of as a monolithic ... The most spectacular burial mounds come from the Ohio Valley. .... a large proportion (perhaps the bulk) of their foods were still obtained by ... face and structure of Native societies (NOTE: maize did not form a staple crop...

Native American Farming - Kenyon College

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Who were the Adena Indians and how did they farm? The Adena ... The Hopewell relied on farming as well as hunting, fishing, and gathering for food. They grew ...

Ancient America: Hopewell | Native American Netroots

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Jul 8, 2010 ... One of the outstanding characteristics of the Hopewell culture is the ... the Hopewell did raise some corn, this was not their most important food ...

Wikijunior:Ancient Civilizations/Mound Builders - Wikibooks, open ...

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4 What did they eat? 5 What did they wear? 6 What did their writing look like? ... The Hopewell mounds had copper from Lake Superior, mica from North ...

Shawnee Tribe: Facts, Clothes, Food and History *** - Native Indian ...

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Food, clothing, homes, weapons, chiefs and culture of the Shawnee. ... to questions like where did the Shawnee tribe live, what clothes did they wear, what did they eat and ... 1000: Woodland Period including the Adena and Hopewell cultures ...

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Hopewell Food & Agriculture - Angelfire

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Hopewell Food & Agriculture. The Woodland Indian Tribes of the Great Lakes area and throughout the eastern and southern part of the United States were ...

Who Were the Hopewell? - Archaeology Magazine Archive

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The Hopewell culture flourished in Ohio and other parts of eastern North America during the Middle Woodland Period, possibly as early as 100 B.C. We do not ...

Hopewell Native American Culture - Quatr.us

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The Hopewell people were mainly farmers, living on squash, sunflower seeds, and various grasses like wild rice, but they did not yet grow much corn, because it  ...