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Transcript of Hopewell
as burial sites. These mounds suggest that organized labor was important in that society. Inside the mounds were things like pottery and ornaments. Daggers of obsidian from the Rocky Mountains and shells from the Gulf of Mexico show that the Hopewell had an extensive trade network. Specialists say that the exact Hopewell origins are still under discussion, but most of the Hopewell population came from Western New York. They then moved to into Ohio. Other specialists say that some of the Hopewell population comes from Western Illinois, and spread through diffusion, to Southern Ohio. Also, the Havana Hopewell tradition is said to have traveled up the Illinois River, and into Southern Michigan. The Hopewell also made some of the finest artwork of the Americas. Most of their art work had some sort of religious significance. Pieces of art like ornate carvings and necklaces were put in people's graves. They used exotic materials to make their art. Hopewell Story of how the earth was formed