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Revisiting the Windover Archaeological Dig

FSU anthropology professor Dr. Glen Doran discusses the Windover archaeological site in central Florida, which has been dated to about 8,000 years ago. Ancient people who lived at the site buried their dead in small mortuary ponds that preserved the bodies and artifacts extremely well.

Mark-In Point: 01:22 Length: 16:02

Miami Mobster Meyer Lansky

Retired FBI agent Bill Murphy remembers mobster Meyer Lansky living in Miami Beach during the 70s and 80s.

Mark-In Point: 17:47 Length: 04:42

Remembering the Freedom Riders

Starting in May 1961, 436 people or "freedom riders" traveled from Washington, D.C., to the South to integrate travel in the United States.

Mark-In Point: 22:38 Length: 07:36

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SEGMENTS | Revisiting the Windover Archaeological Dig | Miami Mobster Meyer Lansky | Remembering the Freedom Riders


Florida Frontiers; Archaeology; Native American; Crime; Civil Rights; African American

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