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The Hopewell Native Americans. By: Allison Fritsch and Lauren Mayhugh. Time Period. started 100 BC ended AD 500. Developed. From Adena culture. Location. Ohio and Illinois river valleys. Houses. V ery few Hopewell houses have been found and even fewer Hopewell villages.

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the hopewell native americans

The Hopewell Native Americans

By: Allison Fritsch and Lauren Mayhugh

time period
Time Period
  • started 100 BC ended AD 500
developed
Developed
  • From Adena culture
location
Location
  • Ohio and Illinois river valleys
houses
Houses
  • Very few Hopewell houses have been found and even fewer Hopewell villages.
  • Lived in square houses
leaders
Leaders
  • Had leaders, but they were not like powerful rulers who could command armies of slaves and soldiers
  • Acquired their position because of their ability to persuade others to agree with them on important matters such as trade and religion.
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Food
  • raised corn and possibly beans and squash but still relied on hunting and gathering
  • hunted rabbit, elk, bear, turkey, grouse, raccoon, duck, squirrel, and deer.
  • prepared food by heating up stones over a fire, then putting the stones in a pot of water which boiled the water. Then they put the food in the boiling water and it cooked until it was ready to eat.
weapons
Weapons
  • carved spear points out of obsidian
  • Two Hopewell blades composed of Flint Ridge flint were located at the Eiden archaeological site near the confluence of the Black River and French Creek.
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Art
  • made very nice works of art.
  • used obsidian, sharks\' teeth, turtle shells, and flints.
  • made bracelets and beads out of copper.
  • artists made mica into mirrors and fragile animal and human shapes.
clothing
Clothing
  • Women wore their hair pinned in a bun with a wooden dowel or with bones, sometimes in a knot or ponytail
  • Men wore their hair in a Mohawk and wore ornaments from head to toe.  
mounds
Mounds
  • Mounds larger and more elaborate than the Adenas
  • Mounds have given the Hopewell their second name, the Mound Builders.
  • used for burials, molded into symbolic shapes effigies of animals with nothing inside, used as foundations for temples, platforms for mounds built on top of mounds.
disappearance
Disappearance
  • disappeared with little explanation around 500 AD
fun facts
Fun Facts
  • first Ohio natives to be magnificent artisans
  • skilled at creating ornaments and other objects
  • developed form of writing
citations
Citations

www.ohiohistorycentral.orgwww.mnsu.eduwww.wikipedia.orgwww.answers.comwww.nrschools.orgwww.ancestral.com www.examiner.com www.union-county.lib.in.us/moundbuilders.htmwww.examiner.comwww.union-county.lib.in.us/moundbuilders.htmhttps://www.cvsd.org

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