Periodically, archaeologist Theresa Schober, will offer Mound Key Events and Film Screenings of the documentary, "Escampaba: The Kingdom of Carlos". Sign up for our email list and receive updates and news about these events, tours, and lectures.

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EVENT LOCATION

Florida SouthWestern State College, Fort Myers, FL
8099 College Pkwy, Fort Myers, FL 33919
Building U-Room 102

Florida Frontiers Radio Show #269 Featuring Our Speaker, Archaeologist Jerald T. Milanich

EVENT SCHEDULE

9:00     Welcome and Opening Remarks

9:10     A New World: Southeastern Indians and Spanish Missions—Jerald Milanich

9:50     Politics, Power, and Polygamy: Rethinking the 1597 Guale Uprising—J. Michael Francis

10:30   Timucua Writers in Mission Period Florida—George Aaron Broadwell

11:10   Rebellion and Consequences: The 1656 Rebellion and the Reorganization of Timucua—John Worth

11:50   The Archaeology of the Apalachee Missions—Rochelle Marrinan

12:30   Q&A Lunch Break

1:30     The End of Time: Destruction of the Missions and Resettlement of Indian Refugees around St. Augustine—Jerald Milanich

2:10     So Far but So Near: Native Refugees in West and South Florida—John Worth

2:50     'Not Even the Devil Could Read This': Digging in the Archives—J. Michael Francis

3:30     Timucua Miracle Stories: European Folklore Through the Eyes of Florida Indians—George Aaron Broadwell

4:10     San Luís de Apalachee; Bringing Missions to Life—Rochelle Marrinan

5:00     Q&A  with Meet & Greet to follow 

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