Shell Midden Mound (Other Keyword)

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Archaeological Survey of the Urban Redevelopment Areas of the City of St. Petersburg, Florida (1978)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Harry M. Piper. J. G. Piper. J. Deming.

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Battling the Rising Sea: Investigation and Protection of Turtle Mound, Castle Windy and Seminole Rest Shell Mound Sites (2015)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Margo Schwadron.

Massive shell midden mounds were once common in the Canaveral region, but since the 1880s an estimated 68% of these sites have been destroyed. The shell mounds preserved within Canaveral National Seashore include one of North America’s tallest shell mounds (Turtle Mound), one of the last remaining vestiges of an extensive shell mound culture that inhabited the region. Recent investigations of Turtle Mound, Castle Windy and Seminole Rest inform about interactions and influences between people,...