Official Videos of
To download the first two videos, "RIGHT CLICK" a link and select "SAVE TARGET (or LINK) AS" from the available menu options.
For the Hopewell Pottery Discovery video, click the picture to view the video. The clip will load on your screen and play. Allow a minute or two for clip to load. To download and save the clip, right click the file name under "Download Original File:" and select "SAVE TARGET (or LINK) AS" and save to your location of choice.
Games & Trivia
To download the trivia bee, "RIGHT CLICK" a link and select "SAVE TARGET AS" from the available menu options.
Hopewell Culture Trivia Bee
This computer quiz game asks 50 multiple-choice questions about Hopewell Culture's rich history. It is presented in PowerPoint, so most players won't need special equipment, software or instructions to get started. A separate, printable tally sheet is provided so that players can keep track of questions that they have answered correctly. While the game doesn't keep score or track mistakes, that doesn't preclude players from making up their own way of determining winners and losers. It can be played alone or as a group activity, especially if large-screen projection equipment is available.
Did You Know?
Established on March 2nd, 1923 as Mound City Group National Monument, the park was the first federally created National Park Service site in Ohio. President Warren G. Harding, a native of Ohio, established the national monument using powers granted to him under Section 2 of the 1906 Antiquities Act. The park was eventually re-named Hopewell Culture National Historical Park on May 27th, 1992 after congressional legislation was approved in the House and the Senate. More...