South Florida Archaeological Collection: A to E
The South Florida Archaeological Collection consists of more than 900 boxes of archaeological material excavated throughout southern Florida from 1959 until the present. This collection is the the Department's predominate study and research collection for South Florida Pre-Contact Native Americans. Our staff is currently undertaking the process of stabilizing and reviewing the collection.
Please note: The Palm Beach Museum of Natural History will not publish specific location information about archaeological sites. This is to ensure and protect the cultural heritage of South Florida. As such, some items published on this and the following pages may be censored to remove locality data. Also, this list may change as our researchers review the material contained in the collection. Please check back for updates.
Research Access: All of our scientific research collections are housed in secure conditions, and are available to researchers. To schedule access to the research collections, contact our Curator of Anthropology, Dr. Peter Ferdinando.
List of Sites Found in the South Florida Collection:
(Site Overviews are being prepared and all are not available at this time)