The Great Hopewell Road was a set of parallel earthen walls built by the Hopewell people who lived in Ohio circa A.D. 1- 400, running from the monumental Newark Earthworks southwest in a remarkably straight line. The road’s ultimate destination is a mystery, but it may have been a route of pilgrimage connecting the two grandest centers of the Hopewell world. Presented by Brad Lepper, Senior Archaeologist for the World Heritage Program, at Ohio History Connection. Sponsored in part with an Ohio Humanities grant. Registration is optional if you’re joining in person, but required if joining via Zoom. Call the Reference Department at the Warren Library at (330) 399-8807 ext. 200 or email REF@WTCPL.ORG for the Zoom link.