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The Hopewell

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S: The Hopewell By: Sage Wackett

FC: The Hopewell By: Sage Wackett

1: The picture below has many different tools, some are for mashing food, and mixing food. The picture to the left includes an arrow head. | These are some of the tools that the Hopewell Indians used. The thin rocks to the right are used to skin bark, and animals.

2: This is a picture of many parts of vases, that the Hopewell created. | A is the largest specimen of the vase, this vase was made out of pure stone. All of the pieces look completely different, but they are all from the same vase. B does not have a style of the vase, just part of the top. C has a style that kind of looks like a hand, a very popular design. D is a half of the vase, another large part of the vase.

3: The Hopewell Indians harvested cotton, corn, squash, and rice. The left is cotton, the bottom left is corn, the bottom middle is squash, and the bottom right is rice.

4: This is the Hopewell Interaction Sphere, it is also where all of the Hopewell Indians lived. They lived in Canada, and a lot of the states in the United States. The bubbles around the parts of land are where the tribes lived.

5: The Hopewell lived in Kansas City they also lived in Southern Ohio. They were alive at 1,000 BC. They had different tribes in the Hopewell Indian culture. One of them are the Havana Hopewell.

6: The top left includes a deer, a very nice source of food for people today, but the Hopewell Indians also used this animal as a food source. The bottom right has a buffalo, they almost became extinct when the white people came to America, the Hopewell and other Natives, used this food source. But, wisely because this animal would become extinct if they were not aware of these strange creatures.

7: These are pictures of Hopewell petroglyphs, they are very nice specimins, because you can easily see them. The top left one is written on stone, one of the pictures in the petroglyph, kind of looks like a cat. The top right one is also written on stone, the petroglyph kind of looks like a bear walking by a bear trap, which is kind of cool, because they stick out.

8: This is a picture of some of the weapons that the Hopewell Indians used. Some of them are a bow, arrows, and a hammer, some tougher than others. The weapons are very strong, the bow is made of wood, the arrows are made out of wood and stone, and the hammer, is also made out of wood and stone.

9: The picture above is a picture of the Hopewell Indian mounds, the mounds are called effigy mounds. | The effigy mounds are made to look like animals, in the picture above you see many of them. | The effigy mounds above are, seven cows, and one eagle, adding up to eight animal-like effigy mounds.

10: The picture above is a picture of a bunch of mounds. They are shaped like cows, and buffalo, the Hopewell Indians worshiped the buffalo the Italian name for buffalo is, (bison bison). | The mounds look like grass patches, but they are mounds the Hopewell Indians made. There is a secret doorway that the Hopewell went through.

11: The picture below is a picture of many articles of clothing that the Hopewell Indians created. The knitting is very good. The clothing is very random also. | My Mom would like to use the tan, blue, and red striped square for a kitchen hot pad. | The white looks like knitting for a shirt. The red, pink, orange, and green square looks like a design for a kilt. | The green and yellow string looks like something a Packer fan would make.

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Sage Wackett
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