This book is about Charles Clark Willoughby's studies on the collection of artifacts and field records from the 1891–1892 excavations at the Hopewell Site that were included in the Field Museum. The engineering achievements seen in the geometric earthworks reflect social energy and commitment.
Table of Contents
INTRODUCTION, 2 A VIEW OF THE HOPEWELL SITE, 3 CONTENTS OF SEVERAL CLAY BASINS AT THE HOPEWELL SITE, 4 METALS: ARTIFACTS AND REPLICATIONS, 6 STONE AND TEXTILE REPLICATION EXPERIMENTS OTHER ARTIFACTS, 7 PERSPECTIVES ON WILLOUGHBY AND THE HOPEWELL SITE
N'omi Gerber, Katharine Ruhl