archaeological and histroical conservancy

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The oldest human remains in North America were found  in South Florida at the Old Vero dig site near modern-day Vero Beach. This winter, researchers are undertaking their fourth excavation to answer a century-old mystery: just how old are the site's earliest finds?

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A tour of vintage Central and South Florida is still possible—if you know where to look. A new book promises to be your guide to "discovering old Florida," offering a list of museums, historic buildings, nudist colonies, dive bars, and more. All reaching back 25 years or more into Florida's history.

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Dr. William H. Marquardt was awarded a lifetime achievement award by the Southeastern Archeological Conference for his "significant and sustained contributions to southeastern archeology" during his career. He was given the award during the conference's October 2016 meeting.

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The results of a recent archaeological dig in Naples reveal prehistoric Native Americans created a canal dating back to at least 800 to 1,100 A.D.