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Hopewell culture - Wikipedia

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The Hopewell tradition describes the common aspects of the Native American culture that .... Most of their works had some religious significance, and their graves were filled with necklaces, ornate ...

Ancient America: Hopewell | Native American Netroots

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Jul 8, 2010 ... Typical Hopewell mounds are 12 meters high and about 30 meters across ... Rather, Hopewell as probably one of the first Pan-Indian religious ...

Hopewell Religion - Angelfire

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During his captivity among the Indians in Ohio, James Smith found that Indians differed a great deal in their religious beliefs. Even members of the same group ...

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. It flourished from about 200 bce to 500 ce chiefly in ...

Hopewell facts, information, pictures | Encyclopedia.com articles ...

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Get information, facts, and pictures about Hopewell at Encyclopedia.com. ... in and under burial mounds, and unmounded structures connected with burial rites. ... Religion was dominated by shamanic practices that included tobacco smoking.

Native Peoples of North America - Hopewell - Cabrillo College

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Feb 21, 2000 ... These sites were obviously the foci of important religious, political, and ... And like the Adena "culture," Hopewell should not be conceived of as ...

How do anthropologists know anything about the Hopewell Indians ...

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Jan 17, 2013 ... The title caught my eye because it suggested that the book would explain the Hopewell religion to some degree, and it would also explain how ...

Hopewell Culture - Then Again

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Sep 25, 1996 ... The Hopewell Culture ... Some see the mounds to have possibly been for military or even religious temple use. The massive size of these ...

Mississippian: Religion - Illinois State Museum

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Mississippian Religion ... of the natural environment in the American Bottom assumed special importance and roles in the spiritual life of Native Americans.

NATIVE PEOPLES of NORTH AMERICA - Mississippian Traditions

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Mar 9, 2000 ... After A.D. 500, the Hopewell star faded, their trade network collapsed, and fewer large burial mounds were constructed, although in some placed ... long-distance trade and participation in a common religious tradition (seen in ...

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Hopewell Culture - Ohio History Central

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Typically, tribes identified as being a part of the Hopewell culture tended to reside ... mounds which were used for a multitude of ceremonies such as religious ...

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 ...

The Hopewell Culture - Ohio History Connection

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This has caused some archaeologists to view Hopewell as a religious cult that spread among different groups. Finally, there is the idea that Hopewell was a ...