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Villages of Baymeadows
Jacksonville, FL 32256
$732 - $1,319
1 - 4 Beds
Newly Remodeled! Come for a tour today!
Jacksonville, FL 32256
$863 - $1,753
1 - 3 Beds
Exciting Luxury Updates now in Process! Come Visit us!
Confederate Point Apartments
Jacksonville, FL 32210
$620 - $875
1 - 3 Beds
Commons on Anniston
Jacksonville, FL 32246
$615 - $900
1 - 3 Beds
Waterford at Mandarin
Jacksonville, FL 32223
$765 - $1,280
1 - 3 Beds
Waterford at Mandarin apartments puts you in the center of it all.
University Townhomes
Jacksonville, FL 32211
$534 - $710
1 - 3 Beds
Renovated Townhomes!
Sea Oats Apartments
Atlantic Beach, FL 32233
$799 - $1,200
1 - 3 Beds
Jacksonville, FL 32211
$580 - $775
1 - 2 Beds
The Views at Harbortown Apartments
Jacksonville, FL 32225
$1,111 - $2,675
1 - 3 Beds
Grand Opening 11/5!
Palm Terrace Apartments
Jacksonville, FL 32209
$500 - $550
2 - 3 Beds
Coventry Park
Jacksonville, FL 32216
$936 - $1,620
1 - 3 Beds
Call for rates
1 - 3 Beds
Just Minutes Away From I-95, Baptist Medical Center South, And The...
Heron Walk Apartments
Jacksonville, FL 32217
$499 - $675
Studio - 2 Beds
Auburn Glen Apartments
Jacksonville, FL 32256
$629 - $859
1 - 2 Beds
A Great Place to call "home"... come take a tour and see!
The Brooklyn
Jacksonville, FL 32204
$1,014 - $2,235
1 - 2 Beds
Brand New Riverside Apartments now Pre-Leasing!
Mirador at River City Apartments
Jacksonville, FL 32218
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1 - 3 Beds
Landmark at Hampshire Place
Jacksonville, FL 32256
$752 - $1,010
1 - 2 Beds
Live a new standard in luxury! Come Visit us today!
Century Bartram Springs
Jacksonville, FL 32258
$900 - $1,280
1 - 3 Beds
Every thing for stylish living! Come see for yourself!
Jacksonville, FL 32210
$400 - $550
1 - 2 Beds
Oakleaf Plantation
Jacksonville, FL 32222
$949 - $1,349
1 - 3 Beds
Brand New Community! Now Leasing!

Most people are intrigued by archaeology, and the idea of digging up belongings of civilizations long past, to get a glimpse of the ancients’ daily lives. Today’s technology allows scientists to pinpoint almost exactly how old these artifacts are.

So just where were the oldest artifacts in the US found? One might think in the northeastern states, or possible California. But the oldest artifacts ever found In the United States were found in the southeastern US. The oldest was found along the Savannah River, the dividing line between Georgia and South Carolina; the next-oldest in the Timucuan Ecological and Historic Preserve on Black Hammock Island off the coast of Jacksonville, Florida, dating to 2500 BC. The pottery shard is believed to be part of an olive jar.

Black Hammock Island and the city of Jacksonville are located in Duval County, Florida. The population of the county is 864,263; Jacksonville is the county seat. Duval County is named after William Pope DuVal, former Governor of the Florida Territory.

Duval County is bordered by Nassau County to the north, St. Johns County to the southeast, Clay County to the southwest and Baker County to the west. Cities and towns within the county include Atlantic Beach, Baldwin, Jacksonville, Jacksonville Beach and Neptune Beach. Timucuan Ecological and Historic Preserve is one of its two national protected areas; For Caroline National Memorial, the first French colony in the US, is the other.

The county has a total area of 773 square miles of land and 144.57 square miles of water, much of that in the Atlantic Ocean. The median age is 34 years, and the median income for a household in the county is $40,703.

The University of North Florida continues to uncover ancient Mocama Indian artifacts that are located on Black Hammock Island, some dating as far back as 1560. The island, located within a marsh area at the edge of Jacksonville, lies almost directly adjacent to the Timucuan preserve. Established in 1988, the Timucuan Ecological and Historic Preserve covers 46,000 acres and protects critical wetland habitats.

In 2011, University of North Florida launched “People Pay to Work on UNF Archaeological Dig” for those amateurs and graduate students who are interested in being part of the “dig” on Black Hammock Island.