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Florida Archaeology Day

Florida Archaeology Day


Ancient artifacts and shell tools made by the Calusa Indians centuries ago, tell of a long-vanished civilization that once ruled the southern tip of Florida from coast to coast. Dig up more facts on these fascinating people each March, when the Southwest Florida Archaeological Society presents Florida Archaeology Day at the Collier County Museum in Naples.

The free, day-long program features a recreated Calusa camp, outdoor demonstrations of early pottery and tool making, educational exhibits, slide programs, noted guest speakers, and special children’s activities to help understand and appreciate the daily lives of Florida’s first peoples and cultures.

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