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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 cutting the subsistence base for these foods.

www.geo.msu.edu/geogmich/hopewell.htm

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

www.ohiohistorycentral.org/w/Hopewell_Culture

Effigy of a hawk claw cut from sheet mica, Ohio Hopewell culture, 100 BC-500 AD . Excavated from Hopewell Mound Group, Ross County, Ohio ca. 1922-1925.

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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 ...

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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 ...

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Hopewell culture: Notable ancient Indian culture of the east-central area of North ... Hopewell society was hierarchical and village-based; surplus food was ...

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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 ...

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The Adena and Hopewell Indians were both part of the Woodland culture that ... The Hopewell followed the Adena historically, and their cultures had much in common. ... Three Important Sumerian Inventions · What Did the Lakota Indians Eat?

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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 ...