A Spanish coin for the colonies.
A water barrel for the colonial Spanish soldiers.
A skeleton of a donkey that may have helped build the fort in St. Augustine.
These are all archaeological discoveries kept in a small basement, otherwise known as the City of St. Augustine's Archaeological Department.
"We're making due with the space we have right now," City Archaeologist Carl Halbirt said.
Thursday, July 12, 2007
Cramped Quarters For One Million Pieces of History