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Further Reading - The Ximenez-Fatio Site

Readings for The Ximenez-Fatio Site

Beidelman, Katherine
  • 1976 Ceramic means as indicators of socio-economic status in colonial St. Augustine.Unpublished MA Thesis, University of Florida, Gainesville
Clauser, John
  • 1974 Excavations at the Ximenez-Fatio house: Backyard archaeology in St.Augustine. MA thesis, University of Florida, Gainesville.
Ewen, Charles
  • 1985 The Ximenex-Fatio House: A view from the backyard. In Indians, Slaves and Colonists, edited by K. Johnson, et al., Florida Journal of Anthropology Special Publication. University of Florida Anthropology Department, Gainesville, pp. 57-69.
Gaske, Fred
  • 1982 The Archaeology of a Territorial Period Boarding house in St. Augustine. MA thesis, Florida State University, Tallahassee
MacMurrary, Carl
  • 1972 Excavations at the Ximenez-Fatio House, St. Augustine Florida. Historical Archeology 6:57-64.
Reitz, Elizabeth J., and C. Margaret Scarry
  • 1985 Reconstructing historic subsistence with an example from sixteenth century Spanish Florida. The Society for Historical Archaeology Special Publication No. 3.
Scarry, C. Margaret
  • 1985 The use of plant foods in sixteenth century St. Augustine. Florida Anthropologist 38(1-2):70-80.