Public Lands

    Staff of the Public Lands Archaeology is responsible for assisting in the management of cultural resources located on state lands

    Underwater

    Underwater, marine, maritime, and nautical archaeology in Florida.

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    Collections and Conservation

    The Conservation and Collections section is responsible for the preservation and curation of artifacts recovered from state lands.

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    Human Remains

    The Bureau of Archaeological Research offers guidance on how to respond if an unmarked grave site is encountered.

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    Education

    Training programs for Florida's state land managers are conducted through the Bureau of Archaeological Research.

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    Projects

    The Florida Bureau of Archaeological Research conducts research projects throughout the state.

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    Cultural Resource Protection

    Learn how protecting Florida's non-renewable cultural resources in private ownership may benefit you.

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    In the heart of downtown Miami, Florida, at the mouth of the Miami River, a Tequesta Indian Village was discovered. Today you can visit the site of the Miami Circle at Brickell Park.

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