Archaeology in Florida State Parks

Keystone Height Public Library 175 Oriole St, Keystone Heights, FL, United States

When people first realize archaeology happens in Florida, it often surprises them to hear of how many active permits are issued to do work in state parks. Some of the digs are by field school where students learn the ABCs of excavation, while other digs are done in advance of construction or improvements to a […]

First Friday Monitoring

GTM Research Reserve 505 Guana River Rd, Ponte Vedra Beach, FL, United States

Monitor sites at the GTM Research Reserve. Contact Emily Jane to RSVP or for more information.

Cemeteries as Outdoor Museums

Old St. Andrew's Event Venue 317 A.P.Randolph St, Jacksonville, FL, United States

Cemeteries are valuable places of learning and are a largely underutilized type of outdoor history. Join the Jacksonville Historical Society in collaboration with the Florida Public Archaeology Network as they explore the lessons and history they can discover at historic cemeteries. Learn about: -the archaeological process -the use iconography and headstone styles to date sites […]

Timucuan Technology: Pottery

MacDonald House 38 E Granada Blvd, Ormond Beach, FL, United States

Learn about the advent of pottery in Florida, and do hands-on experimentation using play-doh to explore pottery-making and -decorating technology. The lesson also teaches about how pottery can help archaeologists understand a site and its prehistoric people.