Florida Public Archaeology Network

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The Florida Public Archaeology Network (FPAN) is a state project founded by Dr. Judy Bense, director of the University of West Florida's Division of Anthropology and Archaeology, with the goal "to help stem the rapid deterioration of this state's buried past and to expand public interest in archaeology." UWF hosts the FPAN's Northwest Florida Region, which is headquartered in the old L&N Marine Terminal at 207 East Main Street.

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