Collections Access and Research
All of our scientific research collections are housed in climate-controlled, secure conditions, and are openly available to researchers. To schedule access to the research collections, contact Curator of Anthropology Peter Ferdinando (firstname.lastname@example.org) or Curator of Paleontology Robert A. DePalma (email@example.com).
museum houses a variety of different collections that encompass
the entire spectrum of Anthropology. These items are essential
for the study of all of humanity. The museum is dedicated to
the examination of all aspects of Anthropology, from the ancient
cities found in Archaeology, to the study of human evolution
in Physical Anthropology.
Florida Archaeological Collection
South Florida Archaeological Collection consists of 900 boxes
of archaeological material excavated throughout South Florida
from 1959 until the present. This collection is the predominate
study and research assortment for South Florida Pre-Contact
Native Americans. Even with numerous research pieces written
on this collection, current investigate is still finding amazing
facts about the Tequesta Indians of South Florida.