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Spanish Colonization (Other Keyword)

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Archaeological Excavations at Presidio San Agustin De Ahumada (1967)

Citation DOCUMENT Curtis D. Tunnell. J. Richard Ambler.

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Guale Indian Pottery: a Georgia Legacy in Northeast Florida (1992)

Citation DOCUMENT Rebecca Saunders.

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Missions of Spanish Florida (1992)

Citation DOCUMENT Bonnie G. McEwan.

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San Juan De Aspalaga (a Preliminary Architectural Study) (1970)

Citation DOCUMENT L. Ross Morrell. B. Calvin Jones.

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Updates on Current Investigations of the 1559 Luna Fleet (2016)

Citation DOCUMENT Gregory Cook.

This presentation focuses on the ongoing investigations of shipwrecks from the Spanish fleet of Tristan de Luna, who attempted to colonize northwest Florida in 1559. Fieldwork conducted during the last year has yielded exciting new insights into the expedition, and the ships that made up the fleet.

Arizona State University The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation National Science Foundation National Endowment for the Humanities Society for American Archaeology Archaeological Institute of America