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Crane Creek, Florida

Posted by NDN AIM

Date: Mon, 20 Jan 2003 14:00:49 EST
Subject: [ndn-aim] Crane Creek site threatened
Reply-To: [email protected]

Greetings;

A potential Indigenous cemetery is threatened with development at Crane Creek Melbourne, FL.

The Brevard County AIM Support Group lead by Lisa Visconti is investigating and contacting authorities and the developer to insure protection of the site.

Here is their request at this time for support

It has come to my attention that the Crane Creek Indian Burial Site, Melbourne,FL is under construction by a developer to build a medical office Building over the site.The developer is Orthopedic Surgeon,Dr. Richard Hynes. Dr. Hynes was told by the Division Of Historical Resources and The St. John's Water Management District to have an archeological survey done on the site,however,developement has not halted. This site was known as an Indian Burial site since the 1940's. A request to have this site monitored by Bobbie C. Billie,Spiritual Leader of the Independent Traditional Seminole Nation Of Florida by The American Indian Movement Of Florida,Support Group Coordinators& Members will be made,some already made,and will be personally made by Rick and myself tomorrow when we go down to the Crane Creek Site. To desecrate a grave at "other" cemetaries is a federal offense,and there are also laws against the desecration of Native People's graves,those laws,obviously ignored, not just in this situation,but many many others. It is also in hope that if this site continues to be desecrated, more support will be needed.Love&Peace For All,Lisa Your voices can also be heard (please conduct this amicably)by contacting:

Florida Division of Historical Resources flheritage.com/feedback.html

Tom Bartol, St. John's Water Management District Environmental Manager: [email protected]

(386) 312-2304 Janet Matthews, Director Of State Historical Preservation: [email protected]

(850) 245-6300

Name: Richard A. Hynes, M.D. Institution: Spine Center of Central Florida

Specialty: Orthopedic Surgeon Address: 205 E. NASA Boulevard Melbourne, FL 32901 USA Phone number: 321-723-7716 Fax: 321-768-0025 Email: [email protected] Website: spinecentercentfl.com

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