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 (hōp′wĕl′, -wəl)
An early Native American culture centered in the Ohio River valley from about the second century bc to the fourth century ad, noted for the construction of extensive earthworks and large conical burial mounds and for its highly developed arts and crafts.

[After the owner of a farm in Ross County, Ohio .]
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I had not been at home above ten days, when Captain William Robinson, a Cornish man, commander of the Hopewell, a stout ship of three hundred tons, came to my house.
Hopewell lift her up and carry her over to the ladder.
Located about a dozen miles southwest of Reading in the ore-rich Pennsylvania Highlands, Hopewell Furnace took advantage of thick local hardwood forests, readily available iron ore, and limestone to produce the charcoal that kept the furnace burning.
Dollar Discount City signed a three year lease with a five year option for 3,800 s/f at Hopewell Plaza in Hopewell Junction, NY.
Hopewell and Hulga, the bickering mother and daughter in Flannery O'Connor's "Good Country People," are united by their interest in the legendary category of people for which the story is named.
Located on more than 300 acres, Hopewell is in the heart of the area's Amish community, yet is only an hour's drive from downtown Cleveland.
The pair turned up but police swooped on Mc-Clean, from Hopewell Street and Coleman, from Hopewell Crescent.
Our firm, Elliott + Associates Architects, is working with the Hopewell Heritage Foundation to restore the 'Teepee Church' in Edmond, Oklahoma.
Bogatie, General Manager, Smurfit-Stone Container Corporation, Hopewell, Virginia
Phillip Hopewell, 38, a former Coventry student, is serving a 3 1/2 -year sentence for causing grievous bodily harm, imposed in October.
These groups, known collectively as the Hopewell and Mississippi civilizations, inhabited the region extending from Florida to New York and westward to Wisconsin.