Bet I can make you look at your feet ^^
Great day working with students at the Florida School for the Deaf and Blind. And look, I learned the sign for Pythagorean theorem!
FPAN staff and volunteers with teacher Teri Samson after annual archaeolympics program.
Cemetery resource protection training today at Tolomato! Cemetery free and open to the public tomorrow- come see Florida’s oldest extent cemetery and learn about the St Augustine community.
Congratulations Amber cake, with plan view of Kingsley Slave Quarter and artifacts mapped as they are in Project Archaeology conglomerate. Perfect tribute to archaeologist researching Kingsley who helped on national Shelter curriculum. You’ll be missed!
“Henry Flagler, one of Miami’s most ambitious early twentieth century developers, placed most of that dirt downtown to level out the natural bedrock under the city and expand the borders of his vast property. The land is being taken away from an archeological dig on Third Avenue, right off the mouth of the Miami River.”
Hence, this exciting discovery.