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Acknowledgement and Appreciation
We’re very grateful to the following people for their generous help and advice on The Florida Mounds Project. Our sincere thanks to:
Erik Anderson, preservationist, Anderson/Narvaez Mound, Sacred Lands preserve
Cindy Bear, Manager, Randell Research Center, Pineland
Richard Estabrook, Director Florida Public Archaeology Network Central Region, Crystal River
Mary Glowacki, State of Florida Bureau of Archaeological Research
Phyllis Kolianos, Education Program Coordinator, Weedon Island Cultural and Natural History Center
Bill Marquardt, Curator in Archaeology, Florida Museum of Natural History and Director, Randell Research Center, Pineland
Jerald Milanich, Curator Emeritus in Archaeology, Florida Museum of Natural History
Dan Penton, traditional chief of the Muscogee Nation of Florida and Archaeologist (retired), Florida Dept. of Natural Resources
I. Mac Perry, historian and author (Indian Mounds You Can Visit….)
Thomas Pluckhahn, Associate Professor, Dept. of Anthropology, University of South Florida
Ken Sassaman, Professor, Dept. of Anthropology, University of Florida
Matthew Schuld, Outreach Coordinator, Florida Public Archaeology Network Southwest Region
Annette Snapp, Director, Florida Public Archaeology Network Southwest Region
Karen Walker, Collection Manager, Florida Museum of Natural History and Randell Research Center, Pineland
Caroline Willis, preservationist, member of the Wilcox family, which donated Mt. Royal Mound to the State of Florida.
We also want to thank the Morean Arts Center for giving us the opportunity to present Shadow and Reflection: Visions of Florida’s Sacred Landscapes, an installation of our words and images drawn from this project.
John Capouya gratefully acknowledges the support of the University of Tampa for the Florida Mounds Project (including funding to build this site), in the form of a Delo Research Grant.