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Resources for Teachers

The Florida Humanities Council Resource Website: Spanish Colonial St. Augustine:
provides content and classroom materials pertaining to Florida’s Spanish colonial heritage. It includes materials on Native American life, early exploration, settlement, missions, Fort Mose, and much more. Everything on this site — artwork, readings, primary sources, etc. — may be reproduced freely for use in the schools. http://web.uflib.ufl.edu/digital/collections/Teachers/index.htm

The National Park Service Castillo de San Marcos
Map studies and activities related to the Spanish Castillo de San Marcos
http://www.nps.gov/casa/forteachers/index.htm

Project Archaeology and Heritage Education Training:
Opportunities for teacher and student archaeology training trough The Florida Public Archaeology Northeast Regional Center at Flagler College
www.flpublicarchaeology.org/nerc

Florida Museum of Natural History “St. Augustine: America’s Ancient City”
An on-line exhibit about St. Augustine’s colonial history and people told through archaeology. Downloadable images and content for teachers. http://www.flmnh.ufl.edu/staugustine/

Augustine.com
has a variety of information, images and ideas useful for learning about St. Augustine’s history. The historical map section is especially helpful. http://www.augustine.com/history/index.php