Shells and Archaeology
Sponsored by Florida Public Archaeology Network
Monday, October 20, 2014 - 10:00am to 12:00pm

Location:
Florida Oceanographic Society
890 Northeast Ocean Boulevard
Stuart, FL 34996
United States

Come learn how Prehistoric Native Americans used shells in their everyday lives. Shells were used as tools, construction materials, for food, and to create artwork and jewelery. Crushed shell was even used as temper for ceramic vessels. Shells excavated from archaeological sites have much to teach archaeologists! 

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