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Hopewell culture - Wikipedia

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The Hopewell tradition describes the common aspects of the Native American culture that .... The Hopewell produced artwork in a greater variety and with more exotic ... intrusive Hopewell-like trade...

Hopewell culture | North American Indian culture | Britannica.com

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Jan 30, 2009 ... Hopewell culture, notable ancient Indian culture of the east-central area of North America. ... They lived mainly in what is now southern Ohio.

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 ... They lived in thatched wattle and daub homes, raising crops... ... In what order were the 13 original colonies settled ?

Hopewell Culture - Ohio History Central

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In Ohio, Hopewell cultural forms and infleunces were strongest in the ... Like previous cultures in the region, Hopewell-influenced communities gained ...

Who Were the Hopewell? - Archaeology Magazine Archive

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The Hopewell culture flourished in Ohio and other parts of eastern North America ... of the culture, so it became the "type site" and its name was applied to the entire culture. ... People lived in larger villages often surrounded by walls or ditches.

Ancient America: Hopewell - Daily Kos

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Feb 17, 2011 ... About 2,200 years ago, the Indian people living in the Ohio and ... a large region and came to be known as the Hopewell Interaction Sphere. ... had a highly developed social organization that included class structure ... While the Hopewell did raise some corn, this was not their most important food source.

Hopewell peoples

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Historians believe the Hopewell are the distant ancestors of the native people who still live in Michigan. Still, no one knows why they stopped building mounds or ...

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 ... Ancient culture (A.D. 900-1600), a Mississippian group that lived in the central Ohio Valley. ... silhouettes of geometric and /or zoomorphic forms (birds, fish, claws, .... communities and regions continued, as did some mound-building ...

The Hopewell Culture of Ohio: Teaching Native American History

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Oct 9, 2014 ... This article is more than just an introduction to the Hopewell Culture of Ohio. ... This lesson will highlight the features of this complex culture, offer some ... The material appears to have come from people that lived in North Carolina ... known Hopewell sites in the region in future archaeological excavations.

Eastern Woodland Culture - United States American History

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This culture region abuts the Plains Culture to the west and the Subarctic Culture ... The Adena and Hopewell were the earliest historic Eastern Woodland inhabitants. Between 800 B.C. and A.D. 800, they lived in the Ohio and Mississippi river valleys. ... will feature tribal histories and other tales dealing with the Northeastern ...