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The City of St. Augustine's Archaeology Program preserves St. Augustine's archaeological heritage, which is unparalleled in the quantity and diversity of remains buried beneath its buildings, streets, and backyards. These deposits not only reflect the City's European origins since 1565, but also a rich and varied Native American heritage that has been in existence for thousands of years. The intent of the City's archaeology program is not to stop or limit development, as St. Augustine is a vibrant and evolving urban community, but to preserve the information of those buried remains subject to potential destruction through documentation.
The City of St. Augustine's Archaeology Program is contributing materials to the Unearthing St. Augustine's Colonial Heritage Digital Collection.
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