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Hopewellian Culture

Middle Woodland Stage communities occupying the Ohio Valley and much of the eastern woodlands and midwest of North America in the period c.200 bc to ad 400. Named after the owner of a farm in Ross County, Ohio, Hopewellian Culture developed out of the Adena Complex of the eastern woodlands to become one of the most remarkable cultural traditions in North America.

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