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This handy little handbook Florida’s Historic Cemeteries: A Preservation Handbook is available for free download at http://www.flheritage.com/archaeology/cemeteries/documents/flhistcm.pdf

This handy little handbook Florida’s Historic Cemeteries: A Preservation Handbook is available for free download at http://www.flheritage.com/archaeology/cemeteries/documents/flhistcm.pdf

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Date with a smudge pit today:) Could be feature related to Pocatalaca Mission in St. Augustine.

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Underwater archaeology program today for Dig into Reading library program. More like Dive into summer reading:)

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Volunteered a few hours with Carl, St. Augustine city archaeologist. Spanish olive jar, St. John’s prehistoric pottery and nothing much else in this feature. If he keeps this up, can say he has an early contact period site on his hands!

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Filming psa today on what to do if you find an artifact at the beach. 1) leave it place 2) tell beach patrol 3) they can call or send photo to Florida Bureau of Archaeological Research or contact local FPAN office.

Enjoy the summer!

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UNF student Caitlin Wamser turns in her bones project! Ready to hit the libraries and summer camps with hands on BioArch activities.

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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.

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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!

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Just about ready for summer…

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Virtual Florida Fieldtrips - The Smyrnea Settlement - YouTube

New Smyrna on my mind…. Never been? Take a visit with Virtual Florida Fieldtrips and learn about Florida’s British colonial past.