Amanda Maltz, center, and Melinda Scouras, left, volunteers from FGCU, use ground penetrating radar (GPR) to create an underground image scan of a strip of land at a known grave site for a dozen members of the historic Kirkland family at Rookery Bay National Estuary and Research Reserve in Naples on July 22, 2011. Rookery Bay officials, along with members of the Florida Public Archaeology Network and volunteers from FGCU used the GPR on Friday to find three more possible graves at the location and another possible grave site within a quarter-mile of the marked location. Greg Kahn/Staff

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Amanda Maltz, center, and Melinda Scouras, left, volunteers from FGCU, use ground penetrating radar (GPR) to create an underground image scan of a strip of land at a known grave site for a dozen members of the historic Kirkland family at Rookery Bay National Estuary and Research Reserve in Naples on July 22, 2011. Rookery Bay officials, along with members of the Florida Public Archaeology Network and volunteers from FGCU used the GPR on Friday to find three more possible graves at the location and another possible grave site within a quarter-mile of the marked location. Greg Kahn/Staff

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