The Longest Canoe
On the outskirts of Florida’s most populous county, archaeologists uncover the remains of a massive canoe a thousand years old.
Floridians in the Ice Age
A Florida archaeologist makes a case for the peninsula’s first inhabitants arriving here not 13.000 but 25,000 years ago.
Florida’s Avocational Archaeologists
Over the last few years some of the most important work in the field of archaeology in Florida has been done by unpaid workers who love finding out more about our state’s ancient people.
The Culture of Weedon Island
Archaeologists work on a computer program to allow Floridians to view priceless artifacts recovered from a site on an island near St. Petersburg.
An archaeologist discusses the special problems inherent in working around the built environment.