Archeology Inc. located at the Pensacola Archeology Lab (PAL) is a nonprofit corporation established for three major purposes: archeological research, education, and publication. These goals are reached by developing hypotheses in the lab and testing them in the field. As we are educated so we educate. We share with interested people through participation and publication. Based in Florida, our research interests range throughout the New World. Funding for PAL research is obtained through grants, contracts, sponsorships and donations.
PALs research explores the lifeways of prehistoric aboriginal populations, as well as the European exploration, conquest, and colonization of the Western Hemisphere.
A Timucua (Florida tribe) military expedition.
(Artist: LeMoyne; Engraver: DeBry c.1590).
The Desoto expedition confronting the Coosa
(Alabama tribe) Chief. (1706 Dutch engraving).
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Archeological research is the core of PAL's mission. The other aspects, education and publication, are directly linked to this research. The research is multifaceted and ranges widely from studies of the first human groups to enter the New World to steamboat wrecks of the 19th century.
We have found that the best way to share the discoveries at PAL is to publish our results. We accomplish this through the PAL JOURNAL on our Web Page, as well as books, newspaper articles, and television interviews. Please make sure to credit the PAL Journal when referencing these articles and research notes.
*1998 Curren, Caleb and Steve Newby
PAL JOURNAL 1999
PAL JOURNAL 1998
PAL JOURNAL ARCHIVES - (Available upon request for $5.00 each)
NEWSPAPER / MAGAZINE ARTICLES
|Seaside Class Dig Into Archeology|
|Indian Mounds Speak of Civilizations Past|
|Archaeologist Searching for Site of First European Colony in U.S.|
|Remnants of Past Unearthed at Blue Angel|
|Site of Spanish Colony Found|
|PBS Television Special|
THE READING ROOM - New Addition!!
VIRTUAL MUSEUM - Beginning with an Archeological Timeline
3-D ARCHEOLOGY - "An In-Depth Look at the Science that Really Digs the Past"
|PAL Expedition captured in 3-D Photography|
PAL PEOPLE - Staff and consultants of PAL and Archeology Inc
|PAL's motto for education is; As we are educated, so we educate. Most of our teaching involves hands-on learning of the more one-on-one kind. We maintain a small, informal, volunteer, intern program where students, young and old, can get a taste of archeology. We also consistently update our Web Page so that people around the world can follow our explorations and discoveries. The following are educational briefs that further the PAL education mission.|
|PAL Expedition With Seaside School Students|
|PAL Expedition In Historic Pensacola With Cub Scout Pack #497|
|PAL Expedition with Boy Scout Troop 400|
Archeological Volunteer Internship Program
Based At The
Pensacola Archeology Lab
PO Box 30576
Pensacola, Florida 32503
(850) 436-4786 / Fax (850) 432-9188
Thanks to the following sponsors for supporting the research and education projects of Archeology Inc. at the Pensacola Archeology Lab. If you or your organization would like to be a sponsor, call, write, or email for details.