Twenty-one years after one of the most significant archaeological finds in South Florida happened almost by chance near Lake Placid, artifacts from the site were transported this past week to the Florida Museum of Natural History in Gainesville.
“The entire collection will be curated, housed and studied by graduate students at this excellent facility,” said site co-owner Anne Reynolds, who preserved it for archaeological digs. “Many papers have already been written on this site, and it has been included in books, featured in The Florida Anthropologist, and on the 2001 Florida map of significant archaeological sites.”
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