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Upcoming Events

Aug, 30 @ 9:00 amin the
FPAN Event
Battle of Fort Mims Reenactment and Event

Aug, 31 @ 9:00 amin the
FPAN Event
Battle of Fort Mims Reenactment and Event

Sep, 1 @ 8:00 amin the
FPAN Event
FPAN Offices Closed - Labor Day

Sep, 1 @ 10:00 amin the
FPAN Event
Archaeology Lab Volunteer Day

Sep, 2 @ 7:00 pmin the
FPAN Event
SAAA Lecture: Maritime Archaeology and Local Color: Travels in Minorca

Sep, 3 @ 10:00 amin the
FPAN Event
Archaeology Lab Volunteer Day

Sep, 3 @ 2:00 pmin the
FPAN Event
Collier Co Museum presents: The History of Collier County Place Names

Sep, 3 @ 6:00 pmin the
FPAN Event
SPIRIT VOICES FROM OLD MANATEE

Sep, 4 @ 5:30 pmin the
FPAN Event
Native Plants, Native People Lecture

Sep, 6 @ 10:00 amin the
FPAN Event
Don Pedro Menendez and the Founding of St. Augustine

Announcements

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March 3, 2014
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What is FPAN?

The Florida Public Archaeology Network's mission is to promote and facilitate the conservation, study and public understanding of Florida's archaeological heritage through regional centers, each of which has its own website. To learn more about a region and to visit their site, have a look at our region map or choose a location from the list of regions above.

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