also see Reading Resources
The Newark Earthworks and the Hopewell Culture
Heath's Earliest Residents: the Hopewell Culture
Earthworks Historic Site Management Plan:
Searching for the Great Hopewell Road: THE NEWARK EARTHWORKS AND THE GEOMETRIC ENCLOSURES OF THE SCIOTO VALLEY: CONNECTIONS AND CONJECTURES http://www.ohiojunction.net/hopewell/research.html
Prehistoric American Indian Heritage
ARCHAEOLOGY: An Illustrated Chronicle of Ohio's Ancient American Indian
Cultures" by Bradley T.
for the Electronic Reconstruction of Historic and Archaeological Sites
Romain, William 2005 Newark Earthwork Cosmology: This Island Earth. Hopewell Archaeology Volume 6, Number 2, http://www.cr.nps.gov/mwac/hopewell/v6n2/one.htm.
2005Design and Layout of the Newark Earthwork Complex. Hopewell Archaeology Volume 6, Number 2, http://www.cr.nps.gov/mwac/hopewell/v6n2/two.htm.
Moonrise and moonset times: http://www.madsci.org/posts/archives/aug98/901848321.As.r.html Calculator for determining when the moon will rise in your region: http://aa.usno.navy.mil/data/docs/RS_OneYear.htm
for the Study of the First Americans:
of America's Past:
County Historical Society:
Park Service, Hopewell Culture National Historical Park:
for American Archaeology:
National Association of Tribal Historic Preservation
Officers – Protecting Sacred Sites:
recognized tribes [http://www.artnatam.com/tribes.html
Archaeology Lesson Plan
in the News:
stone age explorers:
and Stones: Real Life in Prehistory:
of the Past:
and You :
EDUCATIONAL RESOURCES FROM THE LOUISIANA DIVISION OF ARCHAEOLOGY: http://www.crt.state.la.us/crt/ocd/arch/outreach/outreach.htm EDUCATIONAL RESOURCES FROM THE STATE HISTORICAL SOCIETY OF WISCONSIN: DIGGING AND DISCOVERY: Wisconsin Archaeology http://www.wisconsinhistory.org/publications/oss/digging_and_discovery.asp "This 80-page book introduces elementary and middle school readers to Wisconsin peoples—ancient and recent—and explains how examining the bits and pieces they left behind gives us clues as to the way they lived. The book is divided into eight chapters, and begins with a description of Wisconsin's first inhabitants: Paleo-Indians, Archaic Indians, and Woodland Indians. Subsequent chapters take the reader from early Indian cultures to those of the Europeans and Euro-Americans, with discussion of fur trading, lead mining, logging, and farming. The last chapter focuses on stewardship, showing that we can all play a part in taking care of our past. Kid-friendly in format, with lively and charming original illustrations of badgers-as-archaeologists, the book is packed with drawings, photographs, and informational side bars that expand on concepts introduced in the text." Lesson Plan to accompany Wisconsin Archaeology: http://www.wisconsinhistory.org/teachers/lessons/elementary/digging.asp Also, see Wisconsin Archaeology: Teacher's Guide and Student Materials. State Historical Society of Wisconsin, Office of School Services.
EDUCATIONAL RESOURCES FROM THE LOUISIANA DIVISION OF ARCHAEOLOGY: http://www.crt.state.la.us/crt/ocd/arch/outreach/outreach.htm
See especially POVERTY POINT EXPEDITIONS [http://www.crt.state.la.us/crt/ocd/arch/expeditions/maexped.htm by Deborah Buco, M.Ed. (1999). This book contains archaeology activities for elementary and middle school students. This booklet is available to teachers free of charge from the Division of Archaeology, State of Louisiana, Baton Rouge, (225) 342-8170.
Encyclopedia of North American Indians http://college.hmco.com/history/readerscomp/naind/html/na_000107_entries.htm
City of Granville http://www.granville.oh.us/
City of Heath http://www.heathohio.org/
City of Newark http://www.ci.newark.oh.us/city/index.asp
Granville Historical Society: http://www.granvillehistory.org/
Licking County Historical Society: http://www.lchsohio.org/
Moundbuilders Country Club: http://www.moundbuilderscc.com/