Florida Archaeology Month
March 1998

Walk in the footsteps of a Calusa King, watch historians and archaeologists re-create tools, ceramics and weapons of times past, visit a Confederate garrison and hear about the first 11 months of the Civil War, or hear some of Florida’s preeminent archaeologists, anthropologists and historians present reflections on Florida’s colorful past. You can do all this and more during Florida Archaeology Month 1998.

Florida Archaeology Month is a statewide event held to encourage Floridians and visitors to learn more about the archaeology and history of our state, and to preserve these important parts of Florida’s rich cultural heritage. This statewide observance is sponsored by the Division of Historical Resources; Florida Dept. of State; Secretary of State, Sandra B. Mortham; Florida Anthropological Society; Florida Archaeological Council; and Florida State Parks.

Shadows and Reflections on the Past is the theme for Archaeology Month 1988. Special events, exhibits, lectures and programs will be held statewide during the month of March 1998. For information on events in your area, contact Nancy E. Olson, Collier County Museum, 3301 Tamiami Trail East, Naples, Florida 34112, or call (941) 774-8476.