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Florida’s Female Pioneers: Women Who Have Shaped FloridaBrooksville City Hall 201 Howell Avenue, Brooksville, FL
Peggy Macdonald, Historian and Author, will examine several of the women who have shaped Florida, including Rachel Jackson, May Mann Jennings, Dr. Esther Hill Hawks, and Marjorie Harris Carr. This program is a partnership between Florida Humanities and the Historic Hernando Preservation Society. Funding for this program was provided by Florida Humanities and sponsored in part by the State of Florida, Department of State, Division of Arts and Culture, and
In Pursuit of Florida’s Paleo HuntersBrooksville City Hall 201 Howell Avenue, Brooksville, FL
Travel back into the last Ice Age and learn about Florida's first people. Discover how they survived climate change and giant predators. Who were the archaeologists that discovered these early hunters' artifact sites? We will compare the artifacts found here in Florida to those found around North America. Were there people living here before the Clovis Tradition and what is the Solutrean Theory? What was their origin? These controversies will be examined, and actual Paleoindian artifacts studied.