There are five archaeological sites in the United States documented with dates older than 14000 before present. Future discoveries of similar sites are probable. Recent discoveries of sites older than 14000 years ago suggest the importance of digging to appropriate depths. Archaeological sites are prevalent near natural resources such as lakes, rivers, sinkholes, chert deposits, or caves to name a few examples. Remote sensing of the Atlantic shelf is an effective method to reveal submerged prehistoric sites in the 1580 square kilometer Big Bend region in Florida (Faught, Michael, K. 2002, 2004). Thirty-five sites have been identified in Faught's survey with remote sensing methods; at least five of which date older than 11,000 years before present. Remote sensing is capable of revealing America's first habitation settlement sites submerged in the depths of our coastline.