Founded in 1980 to provide a meeting place for people interested in the southwest Florida area's archaeology, history and cultural past.

ZOOM PRESENTATIONS

Here is a list of this month's presentations by history and archaeology organizations around Florida. For those of you unfamiliar with how zoom works, you must register online to be able to connect and if you are unable make the actual presentation, it is usually recorded and you can see the program for up to a week later, as long as you have registered in advance. Try it out!  REMEMBER: If you can’t watch the video at the time listed, register anyway and many of them will stream the video for the next few weeks. You can then watch it at your convenience but only if you have
already registered.


FPAN AND ST. AUGUSTINE LIGHTHOUSE ACTIVITIES OVER PAST YEAR
May 4 Tuesday 7:00 pm
By Sarah Miller, FPAN, and Chuck Meide, LAMP
Sponsored by the St. Augustine Archaeological Association (SAAA)
Information at: https://saaa.shutterfly.com/

CELLIST GABRIEL CABEZAS
May 6 Thursday 3:00 pm
By Gabriel Cabezas, Cellist
Part of a series of classical concerts, presented in partnership with the Sphinx Organization, featuring outstanding young Black and Latino musicians
Sponsored by The National Arts Club
Register at: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/cellist-gabriel-cabezas-registration-150236983863

THE WAY WE WED
May 7 Friday 7:00 pm
By Dr. Kimberly Chrisman-Campbell, fashion historian and author
A Celebration of Wedding Fashion Across Time and Culture.
Sponsored by The National Arts Club
Register HERE

FREDERICK DOUGLASS
May 8 Saturday 1:30 pm
By John Anderson Jr., Storyteller
Sponsored by The Ormond Beach Historical Society
Go to: https://www.ormondhistory.org/event-details/storytelling-withjohn-anderson-jr-frederick-douglass-1-30-pm

THE INTERSECTIONS OF INDIGENOUS KNOWLEDGE AND ARCHAEOLOGY
May 10 Monday 3:00 pm Central Standard Time
By Dr. Jane Mt. Pleasant, Associate Professor in the Department of Horticulture at Cornell University
Sponsored by the Illinois State Archaeological Survey (SAS) at the University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign
This third in a series features native scholars and leaders to increase awareness of the deep Native histories of the Eastern Woodlands
Register at: https://illinois.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZApceutrD8iH9xDy1vQiEpTJIE8EQIxYorM
Information at https://calendars.illinois.edu/detail/6121/33403632

FLORIDA TALKS: BLACK FLORIDA & VOICES OF CHANGE WEBINAR SERIES -THE AFRICAN DIASPORA EXPERIENCE IN FLORIDA
May 13 Thursday 10:00 am
By Anthony Dixon, Scholar
Sponsored by Florida Humanities
Information at: https://floridahumanities.org/event/florida-talks-black-floridavoices-of-change-webinar-series-the-african-diaspora-experience-in-florida/
Register at: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/florida-talks-black-florida-voices-ofchange-webinar-series-tickets-141171703365

A HISTORY NO LONGER SILENCED: ANGOLA ON THE MANATEE RIVER
May 19 Friday 6:00 pm
By Dr. Uzi Baram, Professor of Anthropology, Director of the New College Public
Archaeology Lab, New College of Florida
Sponsored by Time Sifters
Register at: https://us02web.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZAscO6sqzMsGNNJHArsxsV4_D8sJlkBZfZA

FANTASTIC ARCHAEOLOGY: FLORIDA FRAUDS, MYTH AND MYSTERIES
May 20 Thursday 7:00 pm
By Emily Jane Murray, Florida Public Archaeology Coordinator (FPAN),
Flagler College, St. Augustine, Florida
Sponsored by Florida Public Archaeology Network (FPAN)
Register HERE

MADE IN FLORIDA: ARTISTS, CELEBRITIES, EDUCATORS AND OTHER ICONS IN THE SUNSHINE STATE
May 29 Saturday 10:00 am
By Art Levey, Associate Editor, Florida Trend Magazine
Sponsored by the Ormond Beach Historical Society
Information at: https://www.ormondhistory.org/
Register at: https://obhs.webinarninja.com/live-webinars/763986/register

AFRICAN AMERICAN POLITICS
June 26 Saturday 10:00 am
By Dr. Sharon Wright Austin
Sponsored by the Ormond Beach Historical Society
Information at: https://www.ormondhistory.org/obhs-speaker-series