• A plush carpet of green grass covering the Mound City Group in summer

    Hopewell Culture

    National Historical Park Ohio

The World Heritage in the United States Junior Ranger Program

The World Heritage in the U.S. Jr. Ranger Program

Learn about the World Heritage sites in the United States that are managed by the National Park Service. This introductory program about UNESCO World Heritage is a fun way for kids to learn about World Heritage and why it is important. Visitors of all ages should feel free to browse this superb website, and to learn about this important mission. You can even earn a World Heritage Jr. Ranger badge too! Click on the link here, or click on Wally the World Heritage Wolf below to be taken to the World Heritage in the U.S. Jr. Ranger Program website.

As the Hopewell Ceremonial Earthworks embarks upon possible UNESCO World Heritage List inclusion, we encourage visitors to read more about the Hopewell Ceremonial Earthworks Tentative List entry by clicking here.

 
Wally the Wolf says: "Click here to visit my Junior Ranger website!"
The World Heritage Jr. Ranger Program and Wally the World Heritage Wolf

Did You Know?

Mordecai Hopewell

The term "Hopewell" derives from the farm where excavations of an earthwork site (Hopewell Mound Group) occurred in 1891-1892 under the direction of Warren K. Moorehead. The property was owned by a local dry goods merchant and former Confederate Army soldier, Mordecai Cloud Hopewell.