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UNF hosts meeting discussing Indigenious Communities of Northeast Florida

Jonathan Melancon, Reporter

Join UNF archaeologist Keith Ashley and historian Denise I. Bossy today as they discuss the indigenous communities of the Northeastern region of Florida and some of the myths surrounding the area.

“Indigenous Florida: Debunking Myths in Our Region” will be held over Zoom and is set for Nov. 10 from 12 p.m. until 1 p.m. The invitation is open to all students.

Click here for Zoom link.


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