Savannah, Georgia Introduction The LAMAR Institute is a c 3 organization whose mission is to conduct archaeological and historical research and educate the public about archaeology and history. The focus of the organization is on the Southeastern U.
University of Alabama Press This reprint of the volume described below includes a new and significantly expanded preface detailing recent discoveries and new insights from the intervening years, and provides details regarding the evidence for Guale and Mocama survivorship through their 18th-century withdrawal to St.
University Press of Florida This first volume of a two volume set represents the result of six years of additional research beyond my dissertation, and presents a detailed analysis of the emergence, structure, and function of the 17th-century colonial system of Spanish Florida, focusing on the Timucuan chiefdoms of the northern peninsular interior of Florida.
This second "Timucuan Chiefdoms" volume explores the many stresses that undermined and eventually led to the collapse of the midth-century colonial system of Spanish Florida, including depopulation due to a variety of causes, as well as the important Timucuan Rebellion ofwhich resulted in a massive restructuring of the indigenous social landscape of interior Florida.
The volume details the contraction and withdrawal of the interior Timucuan missions in the context of increasingly frequent slave-raiding, and the final decades of Timucuan presence in the vicinity of St. Augustine between and The Struggle for the Georgia Coast: University of Georgia Press The core of this book is a set of annotated translations of a package of Spanish documents that were assembled by Florida Governor Manuel de Montiano and his secretary Francisco de Castilla at the request of the Spanish crown in an effort to demonstrate the historical antiquity of the Spanish presence in what was then the recently-founded British colony of Georgia.
The documents spanned the 16th through 18th centuries, and provided extraordinary details regarding a poorly-known era of early Georgia history.
An in-depth introductory overview provides my analysis and interpretation regarding the gradual retreat and withdrawal of the Guale and Mocama missions between andwhen slave-raiders and pirates ravaged the Georgia coastline.
Appendices include detailed locational information on coastal missions ISBN: Selected Papers and Chapters Online The PDF files below are a selection of my previous writings which have never been published, including a range of presented papers and brief reports some with co-authorssome of which contain a full set of citations and references, and others of which are simply text essays.
Also included are a few older published chapters more than ten years old. Clicking on the links below will open a new browser window, or the files can be downloaded by right clicking and saving.Cite this Record.
Mississippian Period Archaeology of the Georgia Coastal Plain (In Press). Frank T. Schnell, Newell Wright. Design Papers,1. GA: Georgia Archaeological Research.
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Title: Historic Indian Period Archaeology of the Georgia Coastal Zone Issue 8 of Georgia archaeological research design papers Issue 31 of Laboratory of Archaeology series. Georgia Standards and Guidelines for Archaeological Surveys. The Georgia Archaeological Site File (GASF) at the Laboratory of Archaeology, University of Georgia in Athens, is the official repository for information about known archaeological sites of all periods in the state of Georgia.
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