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Hopewell Culture National Historical Park

Nearly 2000 years ago, American Indians built dozens of monumental mounds and earthen enclosures in southern Ohio. These earthwork complexes were ceremonial landscapes used for feasts, funerals, rituals, and rites of passage associated with an American Indian religious movement that swept over half the continent for almost 400 years. Join Shawn has she learns more about Hopewell Culture National Historical Park and how you can experience it from Education Technician, Kate Owen! Hopewell Culture Nat’l. Historical Park 16062 OH-104 Chillicothe, OH For more information: nps.gov/hocu Hocu_info@nps.gov