|The Apalachee council house is one of the|
largest Indian structures in the South East.
|The Apalachee docent told us how|
a thousand or more tribal members could meet here.
|While the Apalachee homes were round,|
the Spanish build rectangular homes.
The form and placement of all the reconstructed building was guided by archeological digs.
|Traditional Spanish meal|
|Inside the strongholds' two story block house|
|Showing the colors|
|Room in the Friary|