A I have many works of which I'm proud but perhaps the most would be the illustrations, jewlery making and replicas of the Calusa Indian
artifacts I did for the Florida Natural History museum in Gainesville.
So, off they went with the water truck, torches, and assorted gear down the service road, past the eagle protection gate to the Calusa Indian
In fact, I understand that the Calusa Indian
word for the month of June was Snooka.
Eyes of the Calusa" by Holly Moulder is the story of Mara, a Calusa Indian
from the southwest coast of Florida, who is captured by pirates and sold into slavery.
Built atop an ancient Calusa Indian
shell mound, it serves today as an inn, with six guest rooms.
Permanent exhibits, such as a life-size diorama of a Calusa Indian
village, will open in 2011.
The Hermitage homestead, 100 years old next year, is on the National Register of Historic Places, yet it seems young compared to the pre-historic Calusa Indian
midden buried beside it.
The museum is a treasure trove of Calusa Indian
artifacts discovered in archaeological digs.
You can still clearly see trails to ancient Calusa Indian
fishing camps along its shores.
Explores the Calusa Indians
, early pioneers, and 1960s growth and development by DeItona Corporation.
Or that the Calusa Indians
were the first to discover the charms of the area on Florida's Gulf Coast in 5,000BC?
Set at the beginning of the eighteenth century, Eyes of the Calusa is a chapter book for young adults about Mara, a young girl of Florida's native Calusa Indians
, who is kidnapped by pirates and sold into slavery amid the lowlands of South Carolina.