- History of the Florida Archaeology Collections
- Curators and Staff Information
- Florida Museum of Natural History
For more than seventy-five years the Florida Museum of Natural History (FLMNH) has served as a repository for collections and information on the archaeology of Florida and surrounding regions, especially the southeastern United States and the Caribbean. Nearly 2,000 archaeological sites are represented in the collections (more than 1,500 in Florida). It is recommended that scholars wishing to use the collections and associated archival materials first contact the appropriate curator for information.
In the News
Museum archaeologist receives $20,000 to analyze Swift Creek pottery - Florida Museum | July 11, 2011
A Vessel of Indian Culture - Wall Street Journal | Aug. 3, 2011
Information on North Florida archaeological collections on exhibit at the Florida Museum and other institutions around the state.
Another gallery with Information on Florida's Dugout Canoes— What to do if you find a canoe to current research.