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Further Reading - St. Augustine

Readings for St. Augustine

Chaney, Edward and Kathleen Deagan
  • 1989 St. Augustine and the La Florida Colony: New Life-styles in a New Land. In First Encounters: Spanish Exploration in the Caribbean and the United States, 1492-1570, edited by Jerald T. Milanich and Susan Milbrath. University of Florida Press, Gainesville. Pp.166-82.
Deagan, Kathleen
  • 1983 Spanish St. Augustine: The Archeology of a Colonial Creole Community. Academic Press, New York.
Deagan, Kathleen (ed.)
  • 1985a The Archaeology of Sixteenth Century St. Augustine. The Florida Anthropologist 38:whole issue
  • 1991 America's Ancient City: Spanish St. Augustine 1565-1763. Volume 25 of the Spanish Borderlands Sourcebooks (David H. Thomas, General Editor). New York: Garland Press.
Deagan, Kathleen and Darcie McMahon
  • 1995 Ft. Mose: America's Black Colonial Fortress of Freedom. University Presses of Florida: Gainesville.
Gannon, Micheal (ed.)
  • 1996 The New History of Florida. Gainesville: University Presses of Florida.
Graham, Thomas
  • 1978 The Awakening of St. Augustine. St. Augustine: the St. Augustine Historical Society.
Griffin, Patricia
  • 1990 Mullet on the Beach: the Minorcans of Florida., 1768-1788. El Escribano Volume 27 pp. 1-220. St. Augustine: St. Augustine Historical Society
Landers, Jane
  • 1990 African presence in early Spanish colonization of the Caribbean and the southeastern borderlands. In Columbian Consequences, Volume II: Archaeological and Historical Perspectives on the Spanish Borderlands East. Edited by David Hurst Thomas. Washinton D.C. : Smithsonian Institution Press.
Lyon, Eugene
  • 1976 The Enterprise of Florida. University Presses of Florida, Gainesville.
Manucy, Albert
  • 1962 The Houses of St. Augustine. St. Augustine Historical Society, St. Augustine, Florida.
  • 1997 Sixteenth century St. Augustine. Gainesville: University Press of Florida
McEwan, Bonnie G. (ed.)
  • 1992 The Spanish Missions of La Florida. University Presses of Florida, Gainesville
Milanich, Jerald T.
  • 1995 Florida Indians and the Invasion from Europe. University Presses of Florida: Gainesville.
Scarry, C. Margaret and Elizabeth J. Reitz
  • 1990 Herbs, Fish, Scum, and Vermin: Subsistence Strategies in Sixteenth-Century Spanish Florida. In Columbian Consequences,Volume II: Archaeological and Historical Perspectives on the Spanish Borderlands East. Edited by David Hurst Thomas. Smithsonian Press.
Waterbury, Jean (ed.)
  • 1984 The Oldest City; St. Augustine, Saga of Survival : The St. Augustine Historical Society.

 

Archaeological Reports and Publications from the University of Florida's Excavations in St. Augustine

Avery, George
  • 1995 Pots as packaging: The Spanish Olive Jar and Andalusian transatlantic commercial activity: 16th-18th centuries. Ph.D. dissertation, Gainesville: University of Florida.
Beidelman, Katherine
  • 1976 Ceramic means as indicators of socio-economic status.in colonial St. Augustine. MA Thesis, University of Florida, Gainesville
Bonath, Shawn
  • 1976 An evaluation of the mean ceramic date formulas as applied to South's majolica model. Unpublished MA thesis, Florida State University, Tallahassee.
  • 1978 An evaluation of the mean ceramic date formula as applied to South's majolica model.Historical Archaeology 12:82-92.
Bond, Stanley
  • 1995 Tradition and change in first Spanish period (1565-1763) St. Augustine architecture: a search for colonial identity. Ph.D. dissertation State University of New York, Albany.
Bostwick, John
  • 1976 Aboriginal ceramics in pre-18th century St. Augustine. Conference on Historic Sites Archaeology Papers 11:140-50.
  • 1980 Plaza II site excavation of a colonial Spanish well in St. Augustine, Florida. Historical Archaeology.14:73-81.
Chaney, Ed and Kathleen Deagan
  • 1989 St. Augustine and the La Florida Colony: New Life-styles in a New Land. In First Encounters: Spanish Exploration in the Caribbean and the United States, 1492-1570, edited by Jerald T. Milanich and Susan Milbrath. University of Florida Press, Gainesville. Pp.166-82.
Cumbaa, Stephen
  • 1975 Patterns of resource use and cross-cultural dietary change in the Spanish colonial period. Ph.D. dissertation, University of Florida, Gainesville.
Cusick, James
  • 1993 Ethnicity and class: Spaniards and Minorcans in late 18th century St. Augustine. PhD.Dissertation, University of Florida, Gainesville.
Deagan, Kathleen
  • 1974 Sex, status and role in the mestizaje of Spanish colonial Florida. Ph.D. Dissertation: University of Florida, Gainesville.
  • 1983 Spanish St. Augustine: The Archeology of a Colonial Creole Community. Academic Press, New York.
  • 1985 The archeology of 16th century St. Augustine. Florida Anthropologist 38(1-2):6-33.
  • 1990 Sixteenth century Spanish colonization in the southeastern United States and the Caribbean. in Columbian Consequences Vol. 2: Archaeological and Historical Perspectives in the Spanish Borderlands East, edited by D. Thomas. Smithsonian Institution Press. Washington, D.C. pp. 225-50.
Deagan, Kathleen and Jane Landers
  • 1999 Earliest Free African-American Town in the United States. In I, too am America edited by Theresa Singleton. Washington: Smithsonian Institution Press. Pp. 261-82.
Deagan, Kathleen and Darcie MacMahon
  • 1995 Ft. Mose: Colonial America's Black Fortress of Freedom. Gainesville: University Press of Florida.
Gaske, Fred
  • 1982 The archaeology of a territorial period boarding house in St. Augustine. MA thesis, Florida State University, Gainesville
Goggin, John M.
  • 1952 Space and Time Perspective in Northern St. Johns Archaeology, Florida. Yale University Publications in Anthropology 47.
  • 1960 The Spanish olive jar: an introductory study. Yale University Publication in Anthropology 62. New Haven: Yale University Press.
  • 1968 Spanish majolica in the New World. Yale University Publications in Anthropology 72. New Haven: Yale University Press.
Halbirt, Carl D.
  • 1993a The Archaeology of the Cubo Line: St. Augustine's First Line of Defense. Florida Anthropologist 46:105-127.
  • 1993b Identifying and locating the Hornabeque Line: An Eighteenth-Century SpanishFortification in St. Augustine. Florida Anthropologist 46:128-136.
Herron, Mary
  • 1978 A formal and functional analysis of St. Johns ceramics from two sites in St. Augustine. Senior honors thesis. Department of Anthropology, Florida State University.
Hill, Erica
  • 1995 Thimbles and thimble rings from the circum-Caribbean region, 1500-1800: chronology and identification. Historical Archaeology. 29(1):84-92.
Hoffman, Kathleen
  • 1994 The development of a cultural identity in colonial America: The Spanish-American experience in La Florida. Unpublished Ph.D. dissertation, University of Florida, Gainesville.
King, Julia
  • 1981 An Archaeological Investigation of Seventeenth Century St. Augustine. Master's thesis, Florida State University, Tallahassee.
  • 1984 Ceramic variability in 17th century St. Augustine. Historical Archaeology 18:75-82.
Koch, Joan
  • 1980 Mortuary Behavior Patterning in Colonial St Augustine. MA thesis, Florida State University, Tallahassee.
Landers, Jane
  • 1988 Black society in Spanish St. Augustine, 1784-1821. Ph.D. dissertation;University of Florida, Gainesville.
Lyon, Eugene
  • 1992 Richer than we thought: The material culture of sixteenth century St. Augustine. Volume 29 of El Escribano. St. Augustine Historical Society
  • 1997b The first three wooden forts of Spanish St. Augustine, 1565-1571. El Escribano Volume 34:140-157.
Manucy, Albert
  • 1997 Sixteenth century St. Augustine: The people and their homes. Gainesville, University Presses of Florida.
McEwan, Bonnie G.
  • 1988 An archaeological perspective on sixteenth century Spanish life in the Old World and the Americas. Ph.D. dissertation, University of Florida, Gainesville.
  • 1991 The archaeology of women in the Spanish New World. Historical Archaeology 25:33-41.
  • 1992 The roles of ceramics in Spain and Spanish America during the sixteenth century. Sixteenth century Historical Archaeology 26(1):92-108.
MacMurray, Carl D.
  • 1972 Excavations at the Ximenez-Fatio house, St. Augustine, Florida.. Historical Archaeology 6:57-64. 1975 The archaeology of a mestizo household, SA-16-23. MA thesis, University of florida, Gainesville.
Merritt, James D.
  • 1977 Excavations of a Coastal Eastern Timucuan Village in Northeast Florida. MA thesis, Florida State University, Tallahassee.
Olin, Jacqueline, Garmon Harbottle and Edward Sayre
  • 1978 Elemental compositions of Spanish and Spanish colonial majolica ceramics in the identification of provenience. Archaeological Chemisty II. Advances in Chemistry Series, no. 171 edited by E,G. Carter. New York : American Chemical Society.
Otto, John and Russell Lewis
  • 1975 A Formal and Functional Analysis of San Marcos Pottery from Site SA-16-23, St. Augustine. Florida Department of State, Bureau of Historic Sites and Properties Bulletin4.
Piatek, Bruce
  • 1985 Non-local aboriginal ceramics from early historic contexts in St. Augustine. Florida Anthropologist 38(1-2):81-89.
Reitz, Elizabeth J.
  • 1979 Spanish and British Subsistence Strategies at St. Augustine, Florida and Frederica, Florida between 1565 and 1783. Ph.D dissertation, University of Florida
  • 1980 Fauna from the Eighteenth Century Spanish Francisco Ponce de Leon Site. In Spanish Colonial Frontier Research, edited by H. Dobyns, pp. 55-65. Center for Archaeological Studies, Albuquerque, N.M.
  • 1985 A Comparison of Spanish and Aboriginal Subsistence on the Atlantic Coastal Plain. Southeastern Archaeology 4(1):41-50.
  • 1985 Faunal Evidence for Sixteenth Century Spanish Subsistence at St. Augustine, Florida. The Florida Anthropologist 38(1-2):54-69.
  • 1986 Urban/Rural Contrasts in Vertebrate Fauna from the Southern Coastal Plain. Historical Archaeology 20(2):47-58.
  • 1991 Animal use and culture change in Spanish Florida. in Animal use and culture change edited by P.J. Crabtree and J. Ryan. Philadelphia: MASCA Journal, 8 pp. 62-77.
  • 1992 The Spanish colonial experience and domestic animals. in Historical Archaeology 26(1):84-91.
Reitz, Elizabeth J., and Stephen L. Cumbaa
  • 1983 Diet and Foodways of Eighteenth Century Spanish St. Augustine. In Spanish St. Augustine: The Archaeology of a Colonial Creole Community, K. A. Deagan, pp. 147-181. Academic Press, New York.
Reitz, Elizabeth J., and C. Margaret Scarry
  • 1985 Reconstructing Historic Subsistence with an Example from Sixteenth-Century Spanish Florida. Society for Historical Archaeology Special Publication Series 3.
Ruhl, Donna
  • 1993 Old customs and traditions in new terrain: sixteenth and seventeenth century archaeobotanical data from La Florida. in foraging and farming in the Eastern woodlands. edited by M.M. Scarry. Gainesville: University Press of Florida. pp. 255-283.
Scarry, Margaret M.
  • 1985 The use of plant foods in sixteenth century St. Augustine. Florida Anthropologist 38(1- 2):70-80.
Scarry, C. Margaret and Elizabeth J. Reitz
  • 1990 Herbs, Fish, Scum, and Vermin: Subsistence Strategies in Sixteenth-Century Spanish Florida. In Columbian Consequences, Volume II: Archaeological and Historical Perspectives on the Spanish Borderlands East. Edited by David Hurst Thomas. Washington, D.C.: Smithsonian Press. Pp. 343-356.
Shepherd, Stephen
  • 1976 The Geronimo de Hita y Salazar Site: A Study of Criollo Culture in Colonial St. Augustine. MA thesis, University of Florida, Gainesville.
  • 1983 The Spanish Criollo Majority in Colonial St. Augustine. in Spanish St. Augustine: The Archaeology of A Colonial Creole Community edited by K. Deagan, pp. 65-97. Academic Press, New York.
Singleton, Teresa
  • 1977 The Archaeology of a Pre-Eighteenth Century House Site in St. Augustine. MA thesis, University of Florida, Gainesville.
Skowronek, Russell K.
  • 1982 The Patterns of Eighteenth Century Frontier New Spain: The 1722 Flota and St. Augustine. MA thesis, Florida State University. Tallahassee.
  • 1989 A new Europe in a New World: Hierarchy, continuity and change in the Spanish sixteenth century colonization of Hispaniola and Florida.. Ph.D. Dissertation, Michigan State University: East Lansing.
Smith, Hale G.
  • 1948 Two historical archeological periods in Florida. American Antiquity 13(4):313-319.
Stuhlman, Robin
  • 1995 Acculturation in the Spanish colonies: a comparison of sixteenth century St. Augustine and Puerto Real. MA thesis, University of Florida, Anthropology.
Waters, Gifford
  • 1997 Exploratory excavations at Florida's First Spanish Fort : SJ-34. MA paper, Anthropology. University of Florida, Gainesville
Williams, Maurice
  • 1982 The Castillo de San Marcos: A Cross Cultural Test of the Determinants of Artifact Patterning. MA thesis. Florida State University, Anthropology.
Zierden, Martha
  • 1981 The archaeology of the nineteenth century second Spanish period in St. Augustine, Florida. MA thesis, Florida State University Anthropology, Tallahassee.