|The History of the Lake Apopka Basin|
|Written by Marjorie Holt|
|Thursday, January 21 2010|
The History of the Lake Apopka Basin
The Friends of Lake Apopka
Oakland Nature Preserve
Thursday, January 28 - Tanner Hall - 7:00 P.M.
Public is invited at no charge.
Jim Thomas will give a talk on the history of the Lake Apopka basin,
starting with the Paleo-Indian periods beginning about 13,000 years ago,
covering the cultural history that included the arrival of early settlers and
continuing up to today. This interesting review covers many changes that
occurred in Florida, including climate changes, changing cultures and a
look at how our ancestors lived.
Interested residents are urged to attend the talk and bring any artifacts
they may have to show and, perhaps, to donate to the ONP Museum.
Knapping”, is the art of creating points used for hunting and tools by early Native Americans.
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