The Hopewell tradition describes the common aspects of the Native American
culture that flourished along rivers in the northeastern and midwestern United ...
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.
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 what is now ...
The 300-acre Hopewell Mound Group is the type site for the Hopewell culture.
Early archeologists named the site for its owner, Mordecai C. Hopewell.
Jun 22, 2006 ... The Hopewell culture [http://www.ohiohistorycentral.org/entry.php?rec=1283]
extended across much of eastern North America, but its heartland ...
Sep 23, 2016 ... Hopewell culture - A Woodland period culture of the Mississippi Valley.
Jul 8, 2010 ... One of the outstanding characteristics of the Hopewell culture is the earthen
mounds. Typical Hopewell mounds are 12 meters high and about ...
Jul 19, 2014 ... Hopewell Culture National Historical Park is composed of five units in Ross
County. It serves to protect the remains of the prehistoric Hopewell ...
Sep 25, 1996 ... There are many aspects of the Hopewell people that have set them apart from
other Native Americans in different areas of the North American ...
About 100 B.C., the Hopewell culture began to flourish in what is now Illinois,
Ohio, and other parts of the Midwest. Hopewell groups shared four traits. First,