Florida’s Fleet: an EbbTide of Shrimping


St. Augustine Archaeological Association reported its Fall 2009 Program Schedule to Historic City News this morning, commencing with a presentation by Brendan Burke.

September 1st Brendan Burke – “Florida’s Fleet: an EbbTide of Shrimping”

Brendan Burke, Archaeologist at LAMP (Lighthouse Archaeological Maritime Program) in St. Augustine, will present the findings of a recent oral history and research project concerning the area’s long and active shrimping industry. 7pm Flagler Room @ Flagler College

October 6th Jim Dunbar – Wakulla Springs Lodge Site: Window to Early Peoples of Florida

Jim Dunbar, Senior Archaeologist at the Florida Bureau of Archaeological Research, will describe the recent National Geographic-supported investigations at the Wakulla Springs Lodge, a site near Tallahassee that has provided an undisturbed context likely dating to the first appearance of humans in Florida. 7pm Flagler Room @ Flagler College

November 3rd (Subject to be Announced)

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