Panhandle Archaeological Society at Tallahassee
The Panhandle Archaeological Society at Tallahassee represents the panhandle region of Florida around Tallahassee. The Panhandle Archaeological Society at Tallahassee (PAST) is a registered 501(c)(3) charitable organization dedicated to promoting the exploration and preservation of archaeological resources in the Florida panhandle region. PAST is a chapter of the Florida Anthropological Society, and recognized by the State of Florida as a not-for-profit corporation. The group has been active since 1999.
First Tuesday of each month, Sept. -June, at 7:00 p.m.
Bureau of Archaeological Research
1001 de Soto Park Drive
President: Marie Prentice
Vice-President: Lee Yawn
Treasurer: Hank Kratt
Secretary: Haley Messer
Membership Director: Lonnie Mann
Research Director: Julie Byrd
Executive Board Members: Ed Green, Jim Dunbar, Fred Gaske
FAS Chapter Representative: Julie Duggins
Ex-Officio: Mary Glowacki, State Archaeologist
Our Upcoming Eventrow]
Congratulations to Emily McGann, winner of the Louis D. Tesar Historic Preservation Essay Contest! Emily will be presenting her paper, Florida’s Cultural and Historical Resources: What We’ve Learned, What We’ve Earned, and What We May Lose at our next monthly meeting on Tuesday, May 1. Please see our web site, PAST-Tallahassee.org for more details.
- PAST is conducting work at Goodwood Museum and Gardens. Work is focused on Cline’s Cottage, which was the home of a tenant farmer who once lived on the grounds.
- If you missed BAR’s Canoes and Archaeology event, you can still catch it on the Florida Division of Historical Resource’s Facebook page! The Hurricane Irma canoe provided great opportunities to conduct scientific research on this enigma of a dugout.