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In the News: “The Year of the Calusa”

“They worshipped three deities and believed that they themselves had three souls, the third of which dwelt in their eyes and survived death. They feasted on fish and shellfish, piling their kitchen scraps and broken pottery into midden mounds upon which they built their temples and homes.They inhabited and dominated Southwest Florida from Charlotte County to Collier County and beyond for more than 2,000 years. They fought against Spanish invasion, slinging the arrow that eventually killed Ponce de Leon. In the end, they succumbed to the diseases the conquistadores rained down upon them.

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Collier County Museums Present Strategic Plan in Public Forum

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Marco Island Historical Museum Part of “Florida’s Best-Kept Secrets”

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Naples Depot Museum Presents “Sites & Scenes: Collier County’s Historic Places”

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Naples Digital Photography Club Presents: “What’s Old Is Not Forgotten”

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In the News: “Museum presents ‘What’s Old is Not Forgotten’”

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In the News: “Poinciana Cottages hold on to its history”

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In the News: “89 years of access: Happy Birthday, Tamiami Trail”

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Naples Digital Photography Club presents:  “Transportation in the Digital Age”

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Postcards and Perceptions: Culture as Tourism

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