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  • <p>Its importance to humans dates back to prehistoric times, including images of toads on Hopewell effigy pipes.</p> [[Category:Natural History Animals]]
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  • <h2>History</h2> <p>Images of the Carolina parakeet have been found in prehistoric art. It is assumed
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  • <h2>History</h2> ...of North America. Prehistoric Native Americans used them for fur and food. Images of beaver have been found in the artwork of Hopewell platform pipes.</p>
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  • <h2>History</h2> <p>Images of squirrels, although the species is unknown, have been found carved into
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  • ...ssor. So although not “written language” as we think of it today, the history was indeed captured in design and symbols which could be read by Native peo ...retrieve these wampum belts so they can preserve and share their own their history. In addition, Native peoples are trying to reintegrate the use of wampum in
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  • ...meaning copper, and a word that refers to the yellow color of the mineral. images/naturalHistory/mineralspyrite is a common mineral, widely spread, and often ..."172" title="Map of chalcopyrite" alt="Map of chalcopyrite occurence" src="images/naturalHistory/minerals/pyritemap.gif" /></td></tr></table>
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  • == About Ohio History Central == Ohio Memory], the collaborative digital library of the Ohio History Connection and State Library of Ohio.
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