By Chase Pansler At Anastasia State Park, my duties as an intern include: helping the rangers with fencing, cleaning, upkeep, repairs and research into certain topics for the park. When […]
by Courtney Crum My internship with Florida Public Archaeology Network (FPAN) started off with a Bang! Just one week into my internship, St. Augustine celebrated its 450th Anniversary. FPAN participated […]
by Patrick Ruhl Living in a town with 450 years of history can be overwhelming. Tour buses cover the roads, state and national landmark plaques are everywhere you turn and […]
On Friday April 5th, students from Flagler’s Archaeology Club hosted an elegant Titanic-themed dinner. Formal table settings, complete with dainty tea cups, truly set the mood inside the dining hall. […]
If you were to pass through downtown St. Augustine, you may run into the Flagler College Communications building on Cordova Street. Currently there is planned construction behind the building in […]
Seen from the street, the old Communication Building at Flagler College is unimpressive. However, under the surface lies a whole world waiting to be discovered. From the 1650s to the […]
Stay up-to-date with local archaeology. Heritage Tourism students will be posting updates on the excavation behind the Communications building led by city archaeologist Carl Halbirt. See their blog series, “Communicating […]
Join the Archaeology Club for an historical dining experience!