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Enter a high definition 360° tour of the Florida Museum of Natural History’s “North Florida and the Apalachee and South Florida People and Environments” exhibits and follow us behind the scenes into museum collections to explore artifacts of Florida’s early native people.

Meet archaeologists Michelle LeFebvre and Neill Wallis as they share how humans have interacted with Florida’s environment both long ago and today. Together they will highlight some of the thousands of artifacts housed in collections that document human history in Florida.

Topic: Early Native Peoples of Florida

Speakers:

  • Dr. Michelle LeFebvre, Assistant Curator of the South Florida Archaeology and Ethnography Program, Department of Anthropology at the University of Florida
  • Dr. Neill Wallis, Associate Curator in Archaeology, Florida Museum of Natural History

K-12 Resources: Extension Activities

REGISTER FOR THIS WEBINAR   WATCH YOUTUBE LIVE AT 10:00 AM ET

Organizers

Name: Scientist in Every Florida School

Email: skillingsworth@floridamuseum.ufl.edu

Website: bit.ly/SEFSsite

Name: Florida Museum of Natural History

Website: https://www.floridamuseum.ufl.edu/

Venue

ZOOM Webinar


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