Browsing the blog archives for October, 2011

Archaeo Cart is on the Move!

by Tommy the Tortoise, Junior Archaeologist There is a lot of hustle and bustle going on at the FPAN West Central office today because my travelling buddy ARCHAEO CART is making its big debut next week! Everyone is scurrying around trying to put the finishing touches on the cart, but I’m just trying to stay […]

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Archaeology (a sub-discipline of Anthropology) contributes…

…a pretty big deal to Florida’s economy. The economic impacts of heritage tourism include 4.2 billion dollars of gross state product and 1.38 billion in taxes. Heritage tourism supports over 100,000 jobs by annual historic preservation activities. Check it out.        …to the commemoration to our shared, unique past. Viva Florida 500 “is the […]

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Site Seeing with Tommy: Mission San Luis

  Hey Guys and Gals, A few weeks ago I visited Mission San Luis, in Tallahassee, with my friends from FPAN West Central. It was a fun trip, and I really enjoyed learning more about Florida’s early Spanish settlers, as well as the Native Americans who also called the mission home!   Above is a […]

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