From Ohio History Central
The Hopewell made beautiful works of art from materialsthey gathered from hundreds of miles away: flint from southern Indiana;copper from around Lake Superior; mica from Tennessee and the Carolinas;shells from the Florida coast; and obsidian from the Rocky mountains.
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