LATE PREHISTORIC FLORIDA: ARCHAEOLOGY AT THE EDGE OF THE MISSISSIPPIAN WORLD
EDITED BY KEITH ASHLEY AND NANCY MARIE WHITE
Prehistoric Florida societies, particularly those of the peninsula, have been largely ignored or given only minor consideration in overviews of the Mississippian southeast (A.D. 1000-1600). This groundbreaking volume lifts the veil of uniformity frequently draped over these regions in the literature, providing the first comprehensive examination of Mississippi-period archaeology in the state.
Featuring contributions from some of the most prominent researchers in the field, this collection describes and synthesizes the latest data from excavations throughout Florida. In doing so, it reveals a diverse and vibrant collection of cleared-field maize farmers, part-time gardeners, hunter-gatherers, and coastal and riverine fisher/shellfish collectors who formed a distinctive part of the Mississippian southeast.
Ritual at the Mill Cove Complex (April 2014)
Late Prehistoric Florida: An Introduction (January 2012)
Refining the Ceramic Chronology of Northeastern Florida (January 2008)
Reexamining an Archaeological Survey of Big Talbot Island (January 2008)
Introducing the Shields Mound and The Mill Cove Complex (January 2005)
Toward an Interpretation of the Mill Cove Complex (January 2005)
Archaeological Overview of Mt. Royal (January 2015)
Grog-Tempered Pottery in the Mocama Province (March 1997)