• Aerial photo of Mound City Group - Photo courtesy of Ryan Fisher

    Hopewell Culture

    National Historical Park Ohio

Teacher-Ranger-Teachers

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Hopewell Culture NHP 2013 Teacher-Ranger-Teacher

During the summer of 2013, the park's Teacher-Ranger-Teacher (TRT), Trina Strausbaugh, produced a film essay to delve into the question "How do we know what we know about the Hopewell?" Trina interviewed staff and interns at the park in order to find out more about the basis of our understanding of these prehistoric peoples. Watch the TRT video below to discover the basics of our understanding of the people we know as Hopewell.

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General Information

The National Park Service Teacher-Ranger-Teacher (TRT) program is an extended professional development opportunity for educators from K-12 schools to learn about the resources and educational materials available through the National Park Service.

To learn more about the NPS TRT, click here to be taken to the program website where you can find more information about receiving graduate credit, project work and regional contact information.

Please note: TRT positions at any available park is subject to budgetary appropriations. Please check with park staff to find out if a seasonal TRT position is available at the park of your choice.

 

Did You Know?

Arch. Atlas of Ohio-Mills

William Mills documented the presence of 49 enclosures and 370 mounds in Ross County in his book entitled "Archaeological Atlas of Ohio," published in 1914.