Each of the 401 National Park Service sites throughout the United States and its territories have a story to tell. Every story carries with it many chapters that comprise the rich history which makes each and every one unique. Here you will find the chapters of the Hopewell Culture National Historical Park story. Click on a link below to learn more about the park's story.
Did You Know?
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.