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The Preostoric people of North America

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FC: The First Americans | Hopewell

1: The Hopewell Indians

2: States of The Hopewell | The Hopewell started in New York, (Upper bottom) then moved to Southern Ohio (Bottom right) They are also in Mississippi (Upper right), Wisconsin (Upper Left), and Missouri (Bottom left)

3: "Autumn is a second spring when every leaf is a flower." - Albert Camus | They grew many different kinds of crops. The main ones are Squash, Grain, Maize, and Sunflowers,.

4: The Hopewell where artists, leaving archaeologists many interesting artifacts. The Hopewell made pottery, and many pictographs, a type of writing on cave walls.

5: The Hopewell used a trading system to get needed materials for their art. Some common materials are; Silver, SeaShells, Mica, Bear Teeth, Clay, Fresh Water Pearls, and Iron.

6: Autumn leaves are falling | Along with being farmers the Hopewell are also Hunter-gathers. Their weapons included many different arrow heads made of rocks.These were used for larger game such as deer.

7: They lasted from 200 BC to around 500 AD

8: Geometric Mounds are mounds that were built with Math. | The Hopewell were Temple Mound Builders.

9: The Hopewell built Effigy mounds. Effigy mounds are mounds that are shaped like animals and are seen only from the sky. They where built to honor their gods. The Hopewell had Geometric Mounds.

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