Sacred Lands Preservation and Education 


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Trail of the lost tribes

A partnership between public and private entities and individuals providing tours and lectures on the archeology and natural history of pre-historic cultural sites on Florida’s west coast. Email for information about current events.


Neily Trappman Studio

Hermann Trappman and Elizabeth Neily are St Petersburg based writers/artists/living historians whose site is a holiday parade through time.


Dean Quigley

Dean is an Archaeo-artist whose paintings of Florida’s pre-historic people and animals have appeared on the cover of many books including I. Mac Perry’s Indian Mounds You Can Visit and on A&E, Discovery, and PBS television.


Central Gulf Coast Archaeological Society

One of several chapters of the Florida Anthropological Society offering lectures, field trips, and dig site volunteering to its members. See their links for other chapters.


Florida Bureau of Archaeological Research

The Florida Department of State’s Archaeology Site to explore and learn about the people and the land of Florida from 12,500 years ago to the present.


Heritage of the Ancient Ones

Home of the Ancient Native Village Living History Museum located within the 160 acre Camp Bayou Nature preserve in Ruskin, FL.


Florida Museum of Natural History

Florida Archaeology at the University of Florida listing collections, staff, and publications.


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