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eBook The material culture of Key Marco, Florida ePub

by Marion Spjut Gilliland

  • ISBN: 0813003628
  • Category: Americas
  • Subcategory: History
  • Author: Marion Spjut Gilliland
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: University Presses of Florida; First Edition edition (1975)
  • Pages: 266
  • ePub book: 1329 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1311 kb
  • Other: txt lrf azw lit
  • Rating: 4.5
  • Votes: 108

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Gilliland, Marion Spjut, 1918-.

Gilliland, Marion Spjut, 1918-. Books for People with Print Disabilities. Trent University Library Donation.

The material culture of Key Marco, Florida Format: Hardcover Authors: Marion Spjut Gilliland ISBN10: 0813003628 Published: 1975-01-01 The material culture of Key Marco, Florida. University Presses of Florida.

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More by Marion Spjut Gilliland. Key Marco's Buried Treasure: Archaeology and Adventure in the Nineteenth Century (Ripley P. Bullen Monographs in Anthropology and History, No 8). Marion Spjut Gilliland. The Calusa Indians of Florida.

Gilliland, Marion Spjut. The material culture of Key Marco, Florida Gilliland, Marion Spjut. Key Marco's buried treasure: archaeology and adventure in the nineteenth century. The material culture of Key Marco, Florida. Gainesville: University Presses of Florida. Gilliland, Marion Spjut. Ripley P. Bullen monographs in anthropology and history, no. 8. Gainesville, FL: University of Florida Press. Published by University of Florida, Gainesville, 1975. Bibliographic Details. Title: The Material Culture of Key Marco, Florida. Publisher: University of Florida, Gainesville. Publication Date: 1975. The material culture of Key Marco, Florida Encyclopedia Article. Southeastern United States, Collier County, Florida, Pottery, Arecaceae, Adena culture. Dismal Key. Encyclopedia Article

Gilliland, Marion Spjut. Encyclopedia Article. Florida, %s%s, Gulf of Mexico, Archaic period in North America, Hermit.

Marion Spjut, Gilliland 1965 The material culture of Key Marco, Florida. Department of Anthropology, University of Florida. Mitchell, H. L. 1972 How PEG helps the hobbyist who works with wood. Forest Products Laboratory, Forest Service, . Department of Agriculture. Organ, R. M. 1959 Carbowax and other materials in the treatment of waterlogged paleolithic wood. Studies in Conservation 4:96–105. Seborg, R. and Inverarity, R. B. 1962 Preservation of old, waterlogged wood by treatment with polyethylene glycol.

These forms remain characteristic of South Florida throughout its history, a strong contrast to the mainland eastern United States. The Material Culture of Key Marco Florida Marion Spjut Gilliland. This aboriginal population possessed more than pots: They cultivated maize, which could be stored to stabilize and seasonally equalize their food supply, and they had a technique for growing it in the savannah, making circles that provided drained fields and possibly a source of fertilizing muck.

in the Nineteenth Century Marion Spjut Gilliland 1988.

Key Marco’s Buried Treasure: Archaeology and Adventure in the Nineteenth Century Marion Spjut Gilliland 1988. University Press of Florida. He documents, for the first time, the little known but relatively extensive precolumbian occupation of the interior portion of the region and surveys the material culture of the Glades area. The book discusses wet site environments and explains the kinds of physical, chemical, and structural components required to ensure that the proper conditions for site formation are present and prevail through time.

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Comments

Dorizius Dorizius
We owe Ms. Gilliland a debt of gratitude for this dedicated research project. It is obvious that the major researchers of her generation, never read or considered what the material record reveals. Gilliland is so thorough she noticed what I noticed before purchasing the book. That being the missing artifacts from Key Marco, mentioned, described and drawn but missing at Smithsonian and Uof P Museums.
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Great on South Florida cultures.