The Hopewell Site stands out among the prehistoric sites of eastern North America for the size of its monumental earthworks and for the quality and quantity of artifacts recovered, including many made of copper, mica, obsidian and silver. Charles Willoughby, a pioneer in experimental archaeology, analyzed artifacts from the site in 1895. Using his findings as well as recent research, the authors paint a new picture of the Hopewell Site and culture. Softcover; 270 pages. Printed in the USA.