DECEMBER: Ginessa Mahar, Ph.D. candidate in Anthropology at the University of Florida

Millions of people venture out into Florida’s coastal waters each year to take part in an ancient practice: fishing. Whether for commercial or recreational purposes fishing has deep roots in the region – thousands of years deep. That Florida’s ancient inhabitants have benefited from these bountiful coastal waters for over …

NEW HISTORIES OF VILLAGE LIFE AT CRYSTAL RIVER by Dr. Thomas Pluckhahn

NEW HISTORIES OF VILLAGE LIFE AT CRYSTAL RIVER by Dr. Thomas Pluckhahn

CGCAS September 2018 Archaeology Talk: NEW HISTORIES OF VILLAGE LIFE AT CRYSTAL RIVER by Dr. Thomas Pluckhahn, USF Department of Anthropology

Posted by Central Gulf Coast Archaeological Society on Thursday, September 20, 2018

OCTOBER: Bob Austin, PhD of Alliance for Weedon Island Archaeological Research

Archaeological investigation at the Perico Island North Midden (8MA6A) in 2016 and 2017 uncovered new data on this complex and intriguing site resulting in a reinterpretation of its role in Terminal Archaic/Transitional and Early Woodland developments on the Gulf coast. Excavation below the water table revealed thousands of postmolds and …