William Marquardt asked his audience to engage in visualization at the outset of his lecture on Calusa Indians who once dominated southern Florida, from coast to coast. "Just imagine for a minute the villages that were here on Marco Island," he said before asking them to conjure images of cooking fires, canoes and their occupants returning home and fishing nets being expertly tossed into nearby waters teeming with the shellfish and fish that were Calusa dietary staples.
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