Anderson/Narvaez Mound at Jungle Prada
SACRED LANDS PRESERVATION AND
1620 Park St. No. St. Petersburg, Fl. (727) 347-
Sacred Lands Preservation and Educa-
tion, Inc. is a nonprofit organization dedicated
to preserving land that has historical and archeo-
logical significance. More specifically they are
committed to protect the Narvaez / Anderson
site which is the home of an ancient Tocobago
village. They honor the Tocobago Indians who
lived here and are now gone and unable to speak
for themselves.Harold and Frances Anderson
bought this property in the 1940's and hosted
many activities here over the years. Countless
visitors have enjoyed the land. This site is now
owned and maintained by Harold and Frances’
son Eric and his Wife Doris.
It is their intention to provide continuity
and share this place of beauty with others. They
host a Native American sweat lodge occasion-
ally where those interested can experience
prayer and healing the Native American way.
They also hold a peace meditation circle bi-
weekly around the sacred fire.
They are preparing programs about the
history of this land, environmental issues, nature
and spirituality. They have a special interest in
the arts and music and plan to host workshops
on instrument and drum making, as well as
communicating through music. They have many
ideas to share with you. Donations appreciated .
For contact and event information, you
can go to the Sacred Land web site at
These stones were previously used as curb stones on the streets of St Petersburg as were the brick pavers. As streets
were repaired or upgraded the stones and pavers became available, Harold Anderson got them and laid them himself
throughout the site.
Peacocks have the run of the site.
Archeologists excavated this pit in an effort to understand how this site was used by the Tocobago Indians. This par-
ticular location was used by the indians as a trash dump. The site contains shells, animal