5 Photos - Jul 25, 2012
Photo: National Forest's Florida Heritage Staff (2010 - four of them are FSU Anthropology alumni - Lydick (left),  (Dr. Ray Willis - not an FSU alumni) - Dr. Andrea Repp (FSU Anthropology MA, and PH.D Interdisciplinary Program) , Kimbrough (MA FSU Anthropology) and WIlliam Stanton (FSU Anthropology MA).  Representing the Apalachicola, Osceola, and Ocala National Forests.  United States Forest Service.Photo: Archaic fiber tempered ceramic, also from the Osceola National Forest (2009).Photo: Kimbrough, excavating an archaeological feature.  Osceola National Forest (2006).Photo: Kimbrough in the Apalachicola National Forest (1990) excavating a WWII plane crash (historic archaeology!).Photo: Rhonda Kimbrough, U.S. Forest Service, Archaeologist at the FAS 2012 conference.  FSU Dept. of Anthropology, Bureau of Archaeological Research, and the Panhandle Archaeological Society of Tallahassee were the hosts for the 2012 Florida Anthropological Society conference.