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03/31/07 Lecture: Excavation of a Sugar Mill on Guana Island, British Virgin Islands

Posted by: Chuck Meide in LAMP Events

Lecture Title: "Perpetually Boyling: Sugar Production in the West Indies and the Archaeological Investigation of the Sugar Mill on Guana Island, British Virgin Islands”
Speaker: Chuck Meide, LAMP Director
Program: "Sweet Digs: Archaeology of Sugar Mills" (three lectures and a tour of Dunlawton Sugar Mill) organized by the Florida Public Archaeology Network, Museum of Arts and Sciences, and Volusia County
When: 31 March 2007, 11 am
Where: Museum of Arts and Sciences, Daytona Beach

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