Seip-Pricer Mound—the second largest known Hopewell mound—evolved through a sequence of events starting with the building
of an oblong, multi-room mortuary building nearly 2,000 years ago.
Ceremonial leaders cremated bodies . . . — — Map (db m166834) HM
Our view of the Hopewell's world is often focused on the dead, because many
uncovered artifacts are from burial mounds, But here at these four subtle
plots is rare archaeological evidence of the Hopewell living. Archaeologists
post-hole . . . — — Map (db m166833) HM
About 2,000 years ago a massive geometric earthwork was built here. Composed of a
square and two circles, the earthwork served as a ceremonial center. One centrally located
mound-excavated and reconstructed in the early 20th century-is still . . . — — Map (db m166832) HM
Nathaniel Massie, born Goochland County, Virginia, December 28, 1763, 1800 married Sarah Everard Mead, died November 13, 1813.
Revolutionary soldier; surveyor of wilderness then known as Northwest Territory and locator of Revolutionary War land . . . — — Map (db m58110) HM
One-half mile south east of this marker was Reeves Crossing on Tod's Trace, where in the summer of 1795 the last battle in the Scioto country was fought between the whites under General Nathaniel Massie and the Shawnee Indians. The white explorers . . . — — Map (db m55410) HM
No part of our country is so rich in per-historic remains...as Ohio.
While other States have preserved their own mementos, Ohio has
allowed her fields to be despoiled....
Ohio Archaeological and Historical . . . — — Map (db m166831) HM