<!-- Google search string (for references): http://www.google.com/search?hl=en&lr=&safe=off&q=Archaeologist+%22Bob+Carr%22&btnG=Search -->Robert (Bob) Carr
(July 5, 1947–Present) is an American archaeologist
and the current executive director of The Archaeological and Historical Conservancy, Inc. He specializes in Southeastern archaeology, with particular emphasis on archaeology in Florida
. He has also conducted fieldwork in the Bahamas
Early life and education
Carr was born on July 5, 1947, at La Plata, Maryland
. He is the son of Howard and Frances Carr. His family moved to Florida
in 1952, where his father sought new opportunities in employment during Florida's post-World War II boom. He worked as a sign painter and a construction equipment operator, at which point he brought his family to Rock Harbor in Key Largo in a Miami transit bus which he had bought in an auction and converted into a mobile home. After his family moved to Miami, by age 13 Carr had become interested in archaeology. He began visiting sites at the mouth of the Miami River. Soon after, he joined the archaeology club at the Museum of Science, taught by avocational archaeologist Dan Laxson.
In June 1968, Carr graduated with his associate’s degree from Miami-Dade Junior College in Miami, Florida. From September 1970 through June 1971, he studied at the University of Miami, Coral Gables, Florida. In August 1972, Carr graduated with his B.A. in anthropology
from Florida State......