Long before adventurous travelers from Europe made their way to explore the North American continent, the indigenous people of this land had already explored and shaped the land to their liking. Over a span of about five centuries (200 BC - 300 AD), the people of the Hopewell culture thrived in the now-Ohio Valley as they traded goods, traveled the continent to gather goods and constructed mounds and works of earth to honor their own and to establish places for gathering. We encourage you to learn more about these mysterious and ingenious people and to learn about the park by exploring these pages in this section.
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Six Important Archeological Sites.....
Last updated: May 15, 2017