Archaeology exhibit at Visitor Center

Jun 29, 2012 Full story:

The City of St Augustine Public Affairs office reported to Historic City News that there is a new City-sponsored exhibit at the Visitor Information Center offering a look into the extraordinary life of 18th century St Augustine.

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Saint Augustine, FL

#1 Jun 30, 2012
The city refuses to provide the media with the real costs for the 450 events. The media will not investigate. History has always been for sale in St. Augustine. It would be informative to know who paid for the plexiglas display cases to be shipped to St. Augustine from Texas or wherever. Little school children have been used to justify the large number of visitors to the Fort for years. Please report the history of greed and abuse for the past 450 years.

Saint Augustine, FL

#2 Jul 2, 2012
That's right. This exhibit is propaganda by the city to waste our taxes. An investigation of the digging program in this city would turn up the abuse by government employees. The truth about the real history of this abusive city will be told one day.

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