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Precolumbian Cultural Chronology for Caloosahatchee Region
 

Date Period Comment
A.D. 1500-1750 Caloosahatchee V European contact and depopulation; Spanish artifacts and materials
A.D. 1350-1500 Caloosahatchee IV Glades Tooled, Safety Harbor, Pinellas pottery introduced
A.D. 1200-1350 Caloosahatchee III St. Johns Check Stamped, Englewood pottery introduced
A.D. 800-1200 Caloosahatchee IIB Belle Glade Plain pottery ubiquitous; also Belle Glade Red, Glades Red, Pasco and Weeden Island Pottery
A.D. 500-800 Caloosahatchee IIA Substantial shell mounds/midden accumulation; burial mounds appear; Belle Glade Plain pottery introduced; diversification of shell tools
500 B.C.-A.D. 500 Caloosahatchee I Sand Tempered Plain pottery dominant
1200-500 B.C. Terminal Archaic Transitional fiber- and sand-tempered pottery
2000-1200 B.C. Late Archaic Fiber-tempered pottery, steatite
5000-2000 B.C. Middle Archaic Modern estuaries develop; maritime culture emerges; mortuary ponds
6500-5000 B.C. Early Archaic Coastal sites from this period now inundated
8000-6500 B.C. Late Paleo-Indian Early Holocene epoch; Dalton and Bolen points
12000-8000 B.C. Early Paleo-Indian Initial human presence; terminal Pleistocene epoch

Map of Selected Archaeological Sites in Southwest Florida

Archaeological Sites in Southwest Florida

Chronology of Spanish Contact with the Calusa

1513 Juan Ponce de León explores Southwest Florida coast
1521 Juan Ponce de León mortally wounded attempting to colonize Southwest Florida
1549 Hernando de Escalante Fontaneda shipwrecked at age 13 and captured by Calusa
1566 Pedro Menéndez de Avilés visits Calusa capital at Mound Key in February, rescuing Fontaneda and others; Fort San Antonio established there in October.
1567-1569 Jesuit missionaries work among Calusa
1569 Fort San Antonio and Jesuit mission withdrawn
1612 Juan Rodriquez de Cartaya visits Calusa capital as emissary of Florida governor
1614 Juan Rodriquez de Cartaya sent to retaliate against Calusa chief for attack on Spanish-allied Mocoso villages near Tampa Bay
1680 Christian Timucuan chief Don Thomas de Medina leads expedition to hostile Calusa frontier
1688 Son of Calusa chief visits Florida governor during visitation of Apalachee province
1689 Calusa chief visits Cuba requesting missionaries
1697 Franciscan friars attempt mission at Calusa capital
1704 Yamassee and Creek Indian slave raids begin to ravage South Florida Indians
1711 Calusa chief with 50 vassals and 220 other South Florida Indians request transport to Cuba and settle near Havana; disease kills most immigrants
1732 Attempted Cuban expedition to transport remaining Calusa by ship to Cuba
1743 Jesuit missionaries visit Calusa and other Indian refugees at present-day Miami
1757-1760 Creek Indian attacks prompt final evacuation of Indian refugees from Key West to Cuba

Map of Historic Indian Groups in South Florida

Map of Historic Indian Groups in South Florida

Publications of the Southwest Florida Project and Randell Research Center
(last updated March, 2008)

Books, Monographs, Reports, Articles & Videos

Austin, Robert J. 2008 Lithic Acquisition and Use at Pineland. In The Archaeology of Pineland: A Coastal Southwest Florida Village Complex, A. D. 50-1700, edited by K. J. Walker and W. H. Marquardt. Institute of Archaeology and Paleoenvironmental Studies, Monograph 4. University of Florida, Gainesville. [in preparation]

Austin, Robert J., Ronald J. Farquhar, and Karen J. Walker 2000 Isotope Analysis of Galena from Prehistoric Archaeological Sites in South Florida. Florida Scientist 63:123-131.

Blanchard, Charles E. 1995 New Words, Old Songs: Understanding the Lives of Ancient Peoples in Southwest Florida Through Archaeology, illustrated by Merald Clark. Institute of Archaeology and Paleoenvironmental Studies, University of Florida, Gainesville.

Brown, Stuart (Director) 1995 The Domain of the Calusa (VHS video, 29 minutes). Institute of Archaeology and Paleoenvironmental Studies, University of Florida, Gainesville. Reissued 2007 in DVD format.

Clark, Merald R. 2008 A Mechanical Waterbird Mask from Pineland and the Calusa Masking Tradition. In The Archaeology of Pineland: A Coastal Southwest Florida Village Complex, A. D. 50-1700, edited by K. J. Walker and W. H. Marquardt. Institute of Archaeology and Paleoenvironmental Studies, Monograph 4. University of Florida, Gainesville. [in preparation]

Cordell, Ann S. 1992 Technological Investigations of Pottery Variability in Southwest Florida. In Culture and Environment in the Domain of the Calusa, edited by W. H. Marquardt, pp. 105-189. Institute of Archaeology and Paleoenvironmental Studies, Monograph 1. University of Florida, Gainesville.

Cordell, Ann S. 2002 Technological Investigation of Pottery Variability at the Pineland Site Complex. In The Archaeology of Pineland: A Coastal Southwest Florida Village Complex, A. D. 50-1700, edited by K. J. Walker and W. H. Marquardt. Institute of Archaeology and Paleoenvironmental Studies, Monograph 4. University of Florida, Gainesville. [in preparation]

deFrance, Susan D. and Karen J. Walker 2006 The Zooarchaeology of Pineland. In The Archaeology of Pineland: A Coastal Southwest Florida Village Complex, A. D. 50-1700, edited by K. J. Walker and W. H. Marquardt. Institute of Archaeology and Paleoenvironmental Studies, Monograph 4. University of Florida, Gainesville. [in preparation]

Edic, Robert F. 1996 Fisherfolk of Charlotte Harbor, Florida. Institute of Archaeology and Paleoenvironmental Studies. University of Florida, Gainesville.

Godwin, Carol J. 2008 Auger Surveys of the Pineland Site Complex. In The Archaeology of Pineland: A Coastal Southwest Florida Village Complex, A. D. 50-1700, edited by K. J. Walker and W. H. Marquardt. Institute of Archaeology and Paleoenvironmental Studies, Monograph 4. University of Florida, Gainesville. [in preparation]

Hann, John H. 1991 Missions to the Calusa. Introduction by William H. Marquardt, translations by John H. Hann. University Press of Florida, Gainesville.

Hansinger, Michael J. 1992 Skeletal and Dental Analysis of Burials from the Collier Inn Site, Useppa Island. In Culture and Environment in the Domain of the Calusa, edited by W. H. Marquardt, pp. 403-409. Institute of Archaeology and Paleoenvironmental Studies, Monograph 1. University of Florida, Gainesville.

Hutchinson, Dale L. 1992 Prehistoric Burials from Buck Key. In Culture and Environment in the Domain of the Calusa, edited by W. H. Marquardt, pp. 411-422. Institute of Archaeology and Paleoenvironmental Studies, Monograph 1. University of Florida, Gainesville.

Hutchinson, Dale L. 1999 Precolumbian Human Skeletal Remains from Useppa Island. In The Archaeology of Useppa Island, edited by W. H. Marquardt, pp. 139-147. Institute of Archaeology and Paleoenvironmental Studies, Monograph 3. University of Florida, Gainesville.

Hutchinson, Dale L. 2008 Precolumbian Human Skeletal Remains from the Pineland Site Complex. In The Archaeology of Pineland: A Coastal Southwest Florida Village Complex, A. D. 50-1700, edited by K. J. Walker and W. H. Marquardt. Institute of Archaeology and Paleoenvironmental Studies, Monograph 4. University of Florida, Gainesville. [in preparation]

Hutchinson, Dale L., Christopher B. Denise, Hal J. Daniel, and Gerhard W. Kalmus 1997 A Reevaluation of the Cold Water Etiology of External Auditory Exostoses. American Journal of Physical Anthropology 103:417-422.

Kozuch, Laura 1993 Sharks and Shark Products in Prehistoric South Florida. Institute of Archaeology and Paleoenvironmental Studies, Monograph 2. University of Florida, Gainesville.

MacMahon, Darcie A. and William H. Marquardt 2004 The Calusa and their Legacy: South Florida People and their Environments. University Press of Florida, Gainesville.

Marquardt, William H. 1984 The Josslyn Island Mound and its Role in the Investigation of Southwest Florida's Past. Department of Anthropology, Miscellaneous Project Report Series 22. Florida State Museum, Gainesville.

Marquardt, William H. 1986 The Development of Cultural Complexity in Southwest Florida: Elements of a Critique. Southeastern Archaeology 5: 63-70.

Marquardt, William H. 1987 The Calusa Social Formation in Protohistoric South Florida. In Power Relations and State Formation, edited by T. C. Patterson and C. W. Gailey, pp. 98-116. Archeology Section, American Anthropological Association, Washington, D.C.

Marquardt, William H. 1988 Politics and Production Among the Calusa of South Florida. In Hunters and Gatherers. Volume 1: History, Evolution, and Social Change in Hunting and Gathering Societies, pp. 161-188, edited by Tim Ingold, David Riches, and James Woodburn. Explorations in Anthropology, University College, London. Berg Publishers, Ltd.

Marquardt, William H. (editor) 1992 Culture and Environment in the Domain of the Calusa. University of Florida Institute of Archaeology and Paleoenvironmental Studies, Monograph 1. Gainesville, Florida.

Marquardt, William H. 1992 The Calusa Domain: An Introduction. In Culture and Environment in the Domain of the Calusa, edited by W. H. Marquardt, pp. 1-7. Institute of Archaeology and Paleoenvironmental Studies, Monograph 1. University of Florida, Gainesville.

Marquardt, William H. 1992 Recent Archaeological and Paleoenvironmental Investigations in Southwest Florida. In Culture and Environment in the Domain of the Calusa, edited by W. H. Marquardt, pp. 9-57. Institute of Archaeology and Paleoenvironmental Studies, Monograph 1. University of Florida, Gainesville.

Marquardt, William H. 1992 Shell Artifacts from the Caloosahatchee Area. In Culture and Environment in the Domain of the Calusa, edited by W. H. Marquardt, pp. 191-227. Institute of Archaeology and Paleoenvironmental Studies, Monograph 1. University of Florida, Gainesville.

Marquardt, William H. 1992 Calusa Culture and Environment: What Have We Learned? In Culture and Environment in the Domain of the Calusa, edited by W. H. Marquardt, pp. 423-436. Institute of Archaeology and Paleoenvironmental Studies, Monograph 1. University of Florida, Gainesville.

Marquardt, William H. 1993 Rediscovering the Calusa of South Florida. In Explotación de Recursos Faunísticos en Sistemas Adaptativos Americanos, edited by José Luis Lanata, pp. 39-45. Arqueología Contemporánea, volume 4 (special edition).

Marquardt, William H. 1993 Archaeology on Florida Soil. In Proceedings of the First International Conference on Pedo-Archaeology, edited by J. E. Foss, M. E. Timpson, and M. W. Morris, pp. 1-8. University of Tennessee, Agricultural Experiment Station, Special Publication 93-03. Knoxville.

Marquardt, William H. 1994 The Role of Archaeology in Raising Environmental Consciousness: An Example from Southwest Florida. In Historical Ecology: Cultural Knowledge and Changing Landscapes, edited by C. L. Crumley, pp. 203-221. School of American Research, Santa Fe, New Mexico.

Marquardt, William H. 1996 Four Discoveries: Environmental Archaeology in Southwest Florida. In Case Studies in Environmental Archaeology, edited by E. J. Reitz, L. A. Newsom, and S. J. Scudder, pp. 17-32. Plenum Press, New York.

Marquardt, William H. 1996 Unearthing Support for Archaeology. Chronicle of Higher Education 42(no. 39, June 7, 1996):B1-B2.

Marquardt, William H. (editor) 1999 The Archaeology of Useppa Island. University of Florida Institute of Archaeology and Paleoenvironmental Studies, Monograph 3. Gainesville, Florida.

Marquardt, William H. 1999 An Introduction to Useppa Island. In The Archaeology of Useppa Island, edited by W. H. Marquardt, pp. 1-22. Institute of Archaeology and Paleoenvironmental Studies, Monograph 3. University of Florida, Gainesville.

Marquardt, William H. 1999 Useppa Island in the Archaic and Caloosahatchee Periods. In The Archaeology of Useppa Island, edited by W. H. Marquardt, pp. 77-98. Institute of Archaeology and Paleoenvironmental Studies, Monograph 3. University of Florida, Gainesville.

Marquardt, William H. 1999 The Recent History of Useppa Island. In The Archaeology of Useppa Island, edited by W. H. Marquardt, pp. 195-223. Institute of Archaeology and Paleoenvironmental Studies, Monograph 3. University of Florida, Gainesville.

Marquardt, William H. 1999 The Road Less Traveled: Excerpts from an Interview with Garfield Beckstead. In The Archaeology of Useppa Island, edited by W. H. Marquardt, pp. 225-240. Institute of Archaeology and Paleoenvironmental Studies, Monograph 3. University of Florida, Gainesville.

Marquardt, William H. 1999 The Archaeology of Useppa Island: A Summary. In The Archaeology of Useppa Island, edited by W. H. Marquardt, pp. 241-253. Institute of Archaeology and Paleoenvironmental Studies, Monograph 3. University of Florida, Gainesville.

Marquardt, William H. 2001 The Emergence and Demise of the Calusa. In Societies in Eclipse: Archaeology of the Eastern Woodlands Indians, A. D. 1400-1700, edited by D. Brose, C. W. Cowan, and R. Mainfort, pp. 157-171. Smithsonian Institution Press, Washington, D.C.

Marquardt, William H. 2004 Obituary: Charles Joslyn Wilson. The Florida Anthropologist 56:301-302.

Marquardt, William H. (compiler) 2001 Randell Research Center at Pineland Five-Year Strategic Plan July 1, 2001 - June 30, 2006. Florida Museum of Natural History, Gainesville, Florida.

Marquardt, William H. 2004 Calusa. In Handbook of North American Indians, volume 14: Southeast, edited by R. D. Fogelson, pp. 204-212. Smithsonian Institution, Washington, DC.

Marquardt, William H. and Karen J. Walker 2001 Pineland: A Coastal Wet Site in Southwest Florida. In Enduring Records: The Environmental and Cultural Heritage of Wetlands, edited by B. Purdy, pp. 48-60. Oxbow Books, London.

Newsom, Lee A. and C. Margaret Scarry 2008 Homegardens and Mangrove Swamps: Pineland Archaeobotanical Research. In The Archaeology of Pineland: A Coastal Southwest Florida Village Complex, A. D. 50-1700, edited by K. J. Walker and W. H. Marquardt. Institute of Archaeology and Paleoenvironmental Studies, Monograph 4. University of Florida, Gainesville. [in preparation]

Newsom, Lee A., Robin C. Brown, and Wendy Natt 2008 Pineland Cordage and Modified Wood: Material-Technological Aspects of Plant Use. In The Archaeology of Pineland: A Coastal Southwest Florida Village Complex, A. D. 50-1700, edited by K. J. Walker and W. H. Marquardt. Institute of Archaeology and Paleoenvironmental Studies, Monograph 4. University of Florida, Gainesville. [in preparation]

Newsom, Lee A., S. David Webb, and James S. Dunbar 1993 History and Geographic Distribution of Cucurbita pepo Gourds in Florida. Journal of Ethnobiology 13:75-97.

Palov, Maria Z. 1999 Useppa's Cuban Fishing Community. In The Archaeology of Useppa Island, edited by W. H. Marquardt, pp. 149-169. Institute of Archaeology and Paleoenvironmental Studies, Monograph 3. University of Florida, Gainesville.

Patton, Robert B. 2000 The Charlotte Harbor Mounds Survey, Phase II: Report of Investigations. v + 207 pp. Report submitted to Bureau of Historical Resources, Florida Department of State.

Patton, Robert B. 2008 Use of Bone at the Pineland Site Complex, A.D. 50-1500. In The Archaeology of Pineland: A Coastal Southwest Florida Village Complex, A. D. 50-1700, edited by K. J. Walker and W. H. Marquardt. Institute of Archaeology and Paleoenvironmental Studies, Monograph 4. University of Florida, Gainesville. [in preparation]

Patton, Robert B. 2008 The Temporal Contexts of Precolumbian Shell Artifacts from Southwest Florida: A Case Study of Pineland. In The Archaeology of Pineland: A Coastal Southwest Florida Village Complex, A. D. 50-1700, edited by K. J. Walker and W. H. Marquardt. Institute of Archaeology and Paleoenvironmental Studies, Monograph 4. University of Florida, Gainesville. [in preparation]

Quitmyer, Irvy R. 2008 Precolumbian Site Seasonality and Harvest of Estuarine Resources at the Pineland Site Complex. In The Archaeology of Pineland: A Coastal Southwest Florida Village Complex, A. D. 50-1700, edited by K. J. Walker and W. H. Marquardt. Institute of Archaeology and Paleoenvironmental Studies, Monograph 4. University of Florida, Gainesville. [in preparation]

Quitmyer, Irvy R. and Douglas S. Jones 1992 Calendars of the Coast: Seasonal Growth Increment Patterns in Shells of Modern and Archaeological Southern Quahogs, Mercenaria campechiensis, from Charlotte Harbor, Florida. In Culture and Environment in the Domain of the Calusa, edited by W. H. Marquardt, pp. 247-264. Institute of Archaeology and Paleoenvironmental Studies, Monograph 1. University of Florida, Gainesville.

Quitmyer, Irvy R. and Melissa A. Massaro 1999 Seasonality and Subsistence in a Southwest Florida Estuary: A Faunal Analysis of Precolumbian Useppa Island. In The Archaeology of Useppa Island, edited by W. H. Marquardt, pp. 99-128. Institute of Archaeology and Paleoenvironmental Studies, Monograph 3. University of Florida, Gainesville.

Russo, Michael 1991 Final Report on Horr's Island: The Archaeology of Archaic and Glades Settlement and Subsistence Patterns (with chapters by Ann Cordell, Lee Newsom, and Sylvia Scudder). Report submitted to Key Marco Developments by the Florida Museum of Natural History, Gainesville, Florida. Copy on file, Florida Museum of Natural History, Gainesville.

Scarry, C. Margaret 1999 Precolumbian Use of Plants on Useppa Island. In The Archaeology of Useppa Island, edited by W. H. Marquardt, pp. 129-137. Institute of Archaeology and Paleoenvironmental Studies, Monograph 3. University of Florida, Gainesville.

Scarry, C. Margaret and Lee A. Newsom 1992 Archaeological Research in the Calusa Heartland. In Culture and Environment in the Domain of the Calusa, edited by W. H. Marquardt, pp. 375-401. Institute of Archaeology and Paleoenvironmental Studies, Monograph 1. University of Florida, Gainesville.

Scudder, Sylvia, John E. Foss, and Mary E. Collins 1996 Soil Science and Archaeology. Advances in Agronomy 57:1-76.

Scudder, Sylvia 2008 Soils and Landscapes: Archaeopedology at the Pineland Site. In The Archaeology of Pineland: A Coastal Southwest Florida Village Complex, A. D. 50-1700, edited by K. J. Walker and W. H. Marquardt. Institute of Archaeology and Paleoenvironmental Studies, Monograph 4. University of Florida, Gainesville. [in preparation]

Shepard, Herschel, George Luer, William Marquardt, John Martin, Carol Pooser, and Karen Walker 1996 An Action Plan for the Randell Research Center at Pineland. Florida Museum of Natural History, University of Florida, Gainesville.

Torrence, Corbett McP. 1999 The Archaic Period on Useppa Island: Excavations on Calusa Ridge. In The Archaeology of Useppa Island, edited by W. H. Marquardt, pp. 23-76. Institute of Archaeology and Paleoenvironmental Studies, Monograph 3. University of Florida, Gainesville.

Torrence, Corbett McP. 2008 A Topographic Reconstruction of the Pineland Site Complex as it Appeared in 1896. In The Archaeology of Pineland: A Coastal Southwest Florida Village Complex, A. D. 50-1700, edited by K. J. Walker and W. H. Marquardt. Institute of Archaeology and Paleoenvironmental Studies, Monograph 4. University of Florida, Gainesville. [in preparation]

Torrence, Corbett McP., Samuel Chapman, and William H. Marquardt 1994 Topographic Mapping and Archaeological Reconnaissance of Mound Key State Archaeological Site (8LL2), Estero Bay, Florida. viii + 46 pp. Report submitted to Koreshan Unity Alliance, Inc. by Florida Museum of Natural History, Gainesville.

Torrence, Corbett McP. and William H. Marquardt 1998 Phase I Reconnaissance Survey of the Upland Portions of Buck Key Owned by Mariner Properties Development, Inc. Report submitted to Mariner Properties Development, Inc. (ix + 43 pp., 19 figures, 3 tables, 3 appendixes)

Torrence, Corbett McP., Theresa M. Schober, and William H. Marquardt 1999 Phase I Reconnaissance Survey of a Portion of Buck Key Owned by U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service. Report submitted to U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service. (vi + 32 pp., 6 figures, 3 tables, 3 appendixes)

Upchurch, Sam B., Pliny Jewell IV, and Eric DeHaven 1992 Stratigraphy of Indian "Mounds" in the Charlotte Harbor Area, Florida: Sea-Level Rise and Paleoenvironments. In Culture and Environment in the Domain of the Calusa, edited by W. H. Marquardt, pp. 59-103. Institute of Archaeology and Paleoenvironmental Studies, Monograph 1. University of Florida, Gainesville.

Walker, Karen J. 1992 Bone Artifacts from Josslyn Island, Buck Key Shell Midden, and Cash Mound: A Preliminary Assessment for the Caloosahatchee Area. In Culture and Environment in the Domain of the Calusa, edited by W. H. Marquardt, pp. 229-246. Institute of Archaeology and Paleoenvironmental Studies, Monograph 1. University of Florida, Gainesville.

Walker, Karen J. 1992 The Zooarchaeology of Charlotte Harbor's Prehistoric Maritime Adaptation: Spatial and Temporal Perspectives. In Culture and Environment in the Domain of the Calusa, edited by W. H. Marquardt, pp. 265-366. Institute of Archaeology and Paleoenvironmental Studies, Monograph 1. University of Florida, Gainesville.

Walker, Karen J. 1993 Paleoenvironments and Prehistoric Aboriginal Foodways of Charlotte Harbor, Florida. In Explotación de Recursos Faunísticos en Sistemas Adaptativos Americanos, edited by J. L. Lanata, pp. 47-56. Arqueología Contemporánea, volume 4 (special edition).

Walker, Karen J. 1999 Archaeology of Useppa Island's Nineteenth and Twentieth Centuries: Calusa Ridge and Collier Inn Middens. In The Archaeology of Useppa Island, edited by W. H. Marquardt, pp. 171-194. Institute of Archaeology and Paleoenvironmental Studies, Monograph 3. University of Florida, Gainesville.

Walker, Karen J. 2000 Historical Ecology of the Southeastern Longleaf and Slash Pine Flatwoods: A Southwest Florida Perspective. Journal of Ethnobiology 20:269-299.

Walker, Karen J. 2000 A Cooling Episode in Southwest Florida During the Sixth and Seventh Centuries A. D. In The Years Without Summer: Tracing A. D. 536 and its Aftermath, edited by J. Gunn, pp. 119-127. Archaeopress, Oxford, England.

Walker, Karen J. 2000 The Material Culture of Precolumbian Fishing: Artifacts and Fish Remains from Coastal Southwest Florida. Southeastern Archaeology 19:24-45.

Walker, Karen J. 2003 An Illustrated Guide to Trunk Vertebrae of cottonmouth (Agkistrodon piscivorus) and Diamondback Rattlesnake (Crotalus adamanteus) in Florida. Bulletin of the Florida Museum of Natural History 44(1):91-100.

Walker, Karen J. 2008 Excavations and Chronostratigraphy at Southwest Florida's Pineland Site Complex: 1988-1995. In The Archaeology of Pineland: A Coastal Southwest Florida Village Complex, A. D. 50-1700, edited by K. J. Walker and W. H. Marquardt. Institute of Archaeology and Paleoenvironmental Studies, Monograph 4. University of Florida, Gainesville. [in preparation]

Walker, Karen J. and William H. Marquardt (editors) 2008 The Archaeology of Pineland: A Coastal Southwest Florida Village Complex, A. D. 50-1700. Institute of Archaeology and Paleoenvironmental Studies, Monograph 4. University of Florida, Gainesville. [in preparation]

Walker, Karen J. and William H. Marquardt 2008 The Pineland Site Complex. In The Archaeology of Pineland: A Coastal Southwest Florida Village Complex, A. D. 50-1700, edited by K. J. Walker and W. H. Marquardt. Institute of Archaeology and Paleoenvironmental Studies, Monograph 4. University of Florida, Gainesville. [in preparation]

Walker, Karen J. and William H. Marquardt 2008 Environmental and Cultural Change at the Pineland Site Complex. In The Archaeology of Pineland: A Coastal Southwest Florida Village Complex, A. D. 50-1700, edited by K. J. Walker and W. H. Marquardt. Institute of Archaeology and Paleoenvironmental Studies, Monograph 4. University of Florida, Gainesville. [in preparation]

Walker, Karen J., Frank W. Stapor Jr., and William H. Marquardt 1994 Episodic Sea Levels and Human Occupation at Southwest Florida's Wightman Site. The Florida Anthropologist 47:161-179.

Walker, Karen J., Frank W. Stapor Jr., and William H. Marquardt 1995 Archaeological Evidence for a 1750-1450 BP Higher-Than-Present Sea Level Along Florida's Gulf Coast. In Holocene Cycles: Climate, Sea Levels, and Sedimentation, edited by C. W. Finkl, Jr., pp. 205-218.

Wallace, Jennifer A. 2008 The 1995 Excavations of Caloosahatchee II Deposits at Pineland's Old Mound and Randell Complex Mound 1. In The Archaeology of Pineland: A Coastal Southwest Florida Village Complex, A. D. 50-1700, edited by K. J. Walker and W. H. Marquardt. Institute of Archaeology and Paleoenvironmental Studies, Monograph 4. University of Florida, Gainesville. [in preparation]

White, Susan L. 1999 Technological Investigations of the Aboriginal Pottery Excavated from Test Pit I-3, Useppa Island. In The Archaeology of Useppa Island, edited by W. H. Marquardt, pp. 95-96. Institute of Archaeology and Paleoenvironmental Studies, Monograph 3. University of Florida, Gainesville.

White, Susan L. 1999 Technological Investigation of a Sample of Post-Contact European Ceramics from Operation H, Useppa Island. In The Archaeology of Useppa Island, edited by W. H. Marquardt, pp. 166-168. Institute of Archaeology and Paleoenvironmental Studies, Monograph 3. University of Florida, Gainesville.

Wing, Elizabeth S. and Irvy R. Quitmyer 1992 A Modern Midden Experiment. In Culture and Environment in the Domain of the Calusa, edited by W. H. Marquardt, pp. 367-373. Institute of Archaeology and Paleoenvironmental Studies, Monograph 1. University of Florida, Gainesville.

Worth, John E. 2004 Report on Cuban Fishing Industry Documents Reviewed and discovered in the Archivo Nacional de Cuba in Havana, April 2004. Report submitted to Paul F. Miller, Jr. and the Useppa Island Historical Society, April 30, 2004.

Worth, John E. 2008 Pineland During the Spanish Period. In The Archaeology of Pineland: A Coastal Southwest Florida Village Complex, ca. A.D. 50-1700, edited by K. J. Walker and W. H. Marquardt. Institute of Archaeology and Paleoenvironmental Studies, Monograph 4. University of Florida, Gainesville. [in preparation]

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Theses & Dissertations

Clark, Merald R. 1995 Faces and Figureheads: The Masks of Prehistoric South Florida. M. A. thesis, Department of Anthropology, University of Florida, Gainesville.

Godwin, Carol J. 2002 Auger Surveys of the Pineland Site Complex. M. A. thesis, Department of Anthropology, University of Florida, Gainesville.

Mitchell, Scott 1991 An Analysis of Surface Wear and Morphological variation in Relation to Possible Function: The Bone Points of the Caloosahatchee Region. Honors thesis, Department of Anthropology, University of Florida, Gainesville.

Patton, Robert B. 1994 The Temporal Contexts of Prehistoric Shell Artifacts from Southwest Florida: A Case Study of the Pineland Site Complex. M. A. thesis, Department of Anthropology, University of Florida, Gainesville.

Patton, Robert B. 2001 Spatial Structure and Process of Nonagricultural Production: Settlement Patterns and Political Development in Precolumbian Southwest Florida. Ph.D. dissertation, Department of Anthropology, University of Florida, Gainesville.

Russo, Michael 1991 Archaic Sedentism on the Florida Coast: A Case Study from Horr's Island. Ph.D. dissertation, Department of Anthropology, University of Florida, Gainesville.

Torrence, Corbett McP. 1996 From Objects to the Cultural System: A Middle Archaic Columella Extraction Site on Useppa Island. M. A. thesis, Department of Anthropology, University of Florida, Gainesville.

White, Susan L. 1995 The Prehistoric Ceramics of Galt Island (8LL27): A Technological Analysis. M. A. thesis, Department of Anthropology, University of Florida, Gainesville.

Wallace, Jennifer A. 1998 The Caloosahatchee IIA and IIB Subperiods at the Pineland Site: Results from 1995 Excavations at Old and Randell Mounds. M. A. thesis, Department of Anthropology, University of Florida, Gainesville.

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Popular Articles, Newsletters, Teacher's Guides & Brochures

Bear, Cindy and Rick Tully 2002 Lee County School Students Get Up-Close Look at Pineland Site. Friends of the Randell Research Center Newsletter 1(1):3.

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Dietler, John 2006 Useppa Island Fieldwork Reaches Successful Conclusion. Friends of the Randell Research Center Newsletter 5(2):1-2.

Estevez, Ernest D. 2003 Harbor Science Blossoms. Friends of the Randell Research Center Newsletter 2(1):1.

Holmes, Charles 2005 The Winds of Change. Friends of the Randell Research Center Newsletter 4(2):3.

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Maher, Diane 2003 Utility Pole Artwork Focuses on Calusa Canal. Friends of the Randell Research Center Newsletter 2(4):4.

Marquardt, William H. 1987 Calusa News, no. 1. Institute of Archaeology and Paleoenvironmental Studies, University of Florida, Gainesville, 16 pp.

Marquardt, William H. 1988 Calusa News, no. 2. Institute of Archaeology and Paleoenvironmental Studies, University of Florida, Gainesville, 16 pp.

Marquardt, William H. and Charles Blanchard 1989 Calusa News, no. 3. Institute of Archaeology and Paleoenvironmental Studies, University of Florida, Gainesville, 16 pp.

Marquardt, William H. and Charles Blanchard 1990 Calusa News, no. 4. Institute of Archaeology and Paleoenvironmental Studies, University of Florida, Gainesville, 16 pp.

Marquardt, William H. and Charles Blanchard 1990 Calusa News, no. 5. Institute of Archaeology and Paleoenvironmental Studies, University of Florida, Gainesville, 12 pp.

Marquardt, William H., Claudine Payne, and Karen Walker 1992 Calusa News, no. 6. Institute of Archaeology and Paleoenvironmental Studies, University of Florida, Gainesville, 16 pp.

Marquardt, William H., Merald Clark, Dale Hutchinson, and Karen Walker 1993 Calusa News, no. 7. Institute of Archaeology and Paleoenvironmental Studies, University of Florida, Gainesville, 20 pp.

Marquardt, William H., Claudine Payne, and Karen Walker 1995 Calusa News, no. 8. Institute of Archaeology and Paleoenvironmental Studies, University of Florida, Gainesville, 16 pp.

Marquardt, William H. and Claudine Payne 1997 Calusa News, no. 9. Institute of Archaeology and Paleoenvironmental Studies, University of Florida, Gainesville, 16 pp.

Marquardt, William H., Corbett Torrence, and Karen Walker 2001 Calusa News, no. 10. Institute of Archaeology and Paleoenvironmental Studies, University of Florida, Gainesville, 16 pp.

Marquardt, William H. 1994 Pineland — A Key to the Past, A Guide to the Future. 12 pp. Printed on the occasion of the announcement of the gift of the Pineland property.

Marquardt, William H. 1995 The Domain of the Calusa. Florida Museum Associates Quarterly (Winter, 1995), pp. 3-6.

Marquardt, William H. and Karen J. Walker 1995 The Importance of the Pineland Site Complex. Florida Museum Associates Quarterly (Winter, 1994), pp. 3-6.

Marquardt, William H. 1996 On the Trail of the Calusa Indians. Florida Museum Associates Quarterly (Summer, 1996), pp. 2-5.

Marquardt, William H. 1996 Exhibit in Progress: "People of the Estuary: Six Thousand Years in Southwest Florida." Florida Museum Associates Quarterly (Summer, 1996), pp. 6-9.

Marquardt, William H. 1996 Randell Research Center at Pineland. Two-color brochure, four-fold, two sides.

Marquardt, William H. 1997 Gaspar the Pirate: An American Myth. Boca Beacon (October 24, 1997), p. 8. Boca Grande, Florida.

Marquardt, William H. 1999 It Happened Yesterday: Bill Hopp's Point. Useppa Chronicle 2(4):7. Useppa Island, Florida.

Marquardt, William H. 1999 It Happened Yesterday: Barron Collier's Golf Course. Useppa Chronicle 2(5):6. Useppa Island, Florida

Marquardt, William H. 1999 Randell Research Center at Pineland. Four-color brochure, four-fold, two sides (revised version of 1996 brochure).

Marquardt, William H. 2001 José Gaspar: Fact or Fiction? (with Gretchen Coyle). Useppa Chronicle 4(1):1,11.

Marquardt, William H. (editor) 2002 Friends of the Randell Research Center Newsletter. Volume 1, no. 1 to present. Randell Research Center, Pineland, Florida.

Marquardt, William H. 2002 Endowment Drive Begins. Friends of the Randell Research Center Newsletter 1(1):1.

Marquardt, William H. 2002 Scott Mitchell Restores RRC's Boat. Friends of the Randell Research Center Newsletter 1(1):3.

Marquardt, William H. 2002 State Gives $300,000 for Site Interpretation. Friends of the Randell Research Center Newsletter 1(2):1.

Marquardt, William H. 2002 Hall of South Florida Opens. Friends of the Randell Research Center Newsletter 1(4):3.

Marquardt, William H. 2003 RRC Breaks Ground for New Teaching Complex. Friends of the Randell Research Center Newsletter 2(2):1.

Marquardt, William H. 2003 Construction Begins on Teaching Pavilion. Friends of the Randell Research Center Newsletter 2(3):1.

Marquardt, William H. 2003 Red Dog, Blue Dawg. Friends of the Randell Research Center Newsletter 2(3):3.

Marquardt, William H. 2003 Land Sale Boosts RRC Endowment Fund. Friends of the Randell Research Center Newsletter 2(3):4.

Marquardt, William H. 2004 Native Plants Enhance Pineland Facilities. Friends of the Randell Research Center Newsletter 3(2):1.

Marquardt, William H. 2004 New Pavilion Passes Test. Friends of the Randell Research Center Newsletter 3(3):1.

Marquardt, William H. 2004 Calusa Heritage Trail Opens December 10th. Friends of the Randell Research Center Newsletter 3(3):3.

Marquardt, William H. 2004 In the Eye of the Storm. Friends of the Randell Research Center Newsletter 3(3):4-6.

Marquardt, William H. 2004 Calusa Heritage Trail Opens to the Public. Friends of the Randell Research Center Newsletter 3(4):3.

Marquardt, William H. 2004 Gainesville Spared Charley's Wrath, but Florida Museum's Randell Center takes Direct Hit. Natural History 113, No. 9 (November, 2004): 60-61 [Florida Museum of Natural History edition, "At the Museum" section].

Marquardt, William H. 2005 State Grants Matching Funds for Classroom. Friends of the Randell Research Center Newsletter 4(3):1.

Marquardt, William H. 2005 Randell Center Receives Reforestation Grant. Friends of the Randell Research Center Newsletter 4(4):1, 4.

Marquardt, William H. 2005 In Brief. Friends of the Randell Research Center Newsletter 4(4):2, 4.

Marquardt, William H. 2006. Classroom and Book Shop Take Shape. Friends of the Randell Research Center Newsletter 5(1):1.

Marquardt, William H. 2006. Randell Center Will Host New Public Archaeologist. Friends of the Randell Research Center Newsletter 5(1):2.

Marquardt, William H. 2006 Teaching Pavilion Finished. Friends of the Randell Research Center Newsletter 5(3):3.

Marquardt, William H. 2006 Ask The Archaeologist: Were the Calusa Really Seven Feet Tall? Friends of the Randell Research Center Newsletter 5(4):2.

Marquardt, William H. 2007 3,000 Years Ago on Useppa Island. Friends of the Randell Research Center Newsletter 6(1):1.

Marquardt, William H. 2007 "Art, Authors, and Archaeology" at Pineland. Friends of the Randell Research Center Newsletter 6(1):2.

Marquardt, William H. 2007 Bringing Back the Gill House: Restoration Continues on Hurricane-damaged RRC Headquarters. Friends of the Randell Research Center Newsletter 6(3):1-2.

Marquardt, William H. 2007 Research Update: Useppa Analysis Nears Completion. Friends of the Randell Research Center Newsletter 6(3):3.

Marquardt, William H. 2007 Native Plants Transform RRC. Friends of the Randell Research Center Newsletter 6(3):4-5.

Marquardt, William H. 2007 RRC Hires New Maintenance Specialist. Friends of the Randell Research Center Newsletter 6(3):4.

Marquardt, William H. 2007 NEH Funds Curation of Pineland Collection. Friends of the Randell Research Center Newsletter 6(4):1.

Marquardt, William H. 2007 Native tree Planting Project Nears Completion. Friends of the Randell Research Center Newsletter 6(4):2.

Marquardt, William H. 2007 Citrus Ridge Replanted. Friends of the Randell Research Center Newsletter 6(4):3.

Marquardt, William H. 2007 FPAN Relocates. Friends of the Randell Research Center Newsletter 6(4):3.

Marquardt, William H. 2008 Gill House Restoration Receives Boost. Friends of the Randell Research Center Newsletter 7(1):1.

Marquardt, William H. and Karen J. Walker 2005 New Map of Sixteenth-Century Pineland to be Presented. Friends of the Randell Research Center Newsletter 4(1):4.

Marquardt, William H. and Karen J. Walker 2006 In the Florida Museum Lab – Analysis and Curation. Friends of the Randell Research Center Newsletter 5(4):3.

Marsh, Dan 2003 Archaeologists for a Day. Friends of the Randell Research Center Newsletter 2(1):4.

Paeno, John 2004 RRC Operations Report. Friends of the Randell Research Center Newsletter 3(1):3.

Paeno, John 2004 Operations Report. Friends of the Randell Research Center Newsletter 3(2):2.

Payne, Claudine (writer and designer), Merald Clark (illustrator), and William Marquardt (editor and photographer) 1994 Mound Key State Archaeological Site. Two-color brochure, four-fold, two sides.

Payne, Claudine, and Charles Blanchard 1997 Archaeology and Environment at the Pineland Site Complex: Information and Activities for 4th and 5th Grade Teachers. Institute of Archaeology and Paleoenvironmental Studies, University of Florida, Gainesville.

Surge, Donna 2002 Reading Climate from Clam Shells. Friends of the Randell Research Center Newsletter 1(3):3.

Swearingen, Lana 2002 RRC Volunteers Visit the Florida Museum of Natural History. Friends of the Randell Research Center Newsletter 1(2):2.

Swearingen, Lana 2002 MangoMania 2002. Friends of the Randell Research Center Newsletter 1(3):1.

Swearingen, Lana 2002 Students Have a Field Day. Friends of the Randell Research Center Newsletter 1(4):4.

Swearingen, Lana 2003 Tuesday at the RRC. Friends of the Randell Research Center Newsletter 2(1):2.

Swearingen, Lana 2003 The Write Stuff. Friends of the Randell Research Center Newsletter 2(2):3.

Sweeney, Kara Bridgman 2006 FPAN Update. Friends of the Randell Research Center Newsletter 5(4):4.

Sweeney, Kara Bridgman 2007 FPAN Update. Friends of the Randell Research Center Newsletter 6(1):3.

Sweeney, Kara Bridgman 2007 FPAN Update. Friends of the Randell Research Center Newsletter 6(2):3.

Timbes, Craig 2004 Central Michigan University Students Volunteer with RRC. Friends of the Randell Research Center Newsletter 3(4):2.

Timbes, Craig 2005 Life Returns to the Calusa Heritage Trail. Friends of the Randell Research Center Newsletter 4(2):2.

Timbes, Craig 2005 Your Investment in Pineland. Friends of the Randell Research Center Newsletter 4(3):4.

Timbes, Craig 2006 A Report from the Calusa Heritage Trail. Friends of the Randell Research Center Newsletter 5(2):3-4.

Timbes, Craig 2006 Wet Season Arrives at Pineland. Friends of the Randell Research Center Newsletter 5(3):4.

Torrence, Corbett and Theresa Schober 2002 Pavilion Excavations Completed. Friends of the Randell Research Center Newsletter 1(3):1.

Tully, Rick 2002 Teachers Explore the Past. Friends of the Randell Research Center Newsletter 1(3):4.

Walker, Karen J. 1996 Archaeological Tours 1996. Two-color brochure, four-fold, two sides.

Walker, Karen J. 1997 Historical Ecology of the Southeastern Longleaf Pine: A South Florida Perspective. The Palmetto (quarterly magazine of the Florida Native Plant Society), Summer/Fall, pp. 16-19.

Walker, Karen J. 1998 Useppa's Global Warming Dig. Useppa Chronicle 1 (no. 3):6. Useppa Island Club.

Walker, Karen J. 1999 Calusa Fishermen. Useppa Chronicle 2 (no. 3):1. Useppa Island Club.

Walker, Karen J. 1999 Historical Ecology of the Southeastern Longleaf Pine. Harbor Happenings (newsletter of the Charlotte Harbor National Estuarine Program) 2 (no. 4).

Walker, Karen J. 2002 Lee County Purchase Provides RRC Headquarters. Friends of the Randell Research Center Newsletter 1(1):1.

Walker, Karen J. 2002 Skeletons in Our Closet. Friends of the Randell Research Center Newsletter 1(2):4.

Walker, Karen J. 2002 A Shady Porch on the Shell Mound. Friends of the Randell Research Center Newsletter 1(3):2.

Walker, Karen J. 2002 Moundscaping. Friends of the Randell Research Center Newsletter 1(3):3.

Walker, Karen J. 2003 RRC Researchers Receive National Science Foundation Funding. Friends of the Randell Research Center Newsletter 2(3):1-2.

Walker, Karen J. 2003 Staff Spotlight: RRC's Operations Manager, Sydney Cosselman. Friends of the Randell Research Center Newsletter 2(3):3.

Walker, Karen J. 2003 Net Making at the RRC. Friends of the Randell Research Center Newsletter 2(3):3.

Walker, Karen J. 2003 Behind the Scenes in Gainesville: RRC Research & Collections Committee. Friends of the Randell Research Center Newsletter 2(3):2.

Walker, Karen J. 2004 In the Aftermath of Charley. Friends of the Randell Research Center Newsletter 3(4):1.

Walker, Karen J. 2005 Pineland Mystery Bone is from Monk Seal. Friends of the Randell Research Center Newsletter 4(1):1-2.

Walker, Karen J. and Donna Surge 2005 Clams for Climate Change. Friends of the Randell Research Center Newsletter 4(3):2.

Workman, Dick 2003 Soapberry. Friends of the Randell Research Center Newsletter 2(1):3.

Worth, John E. 2002 Report of the Coordinator. Friends of the Randell Research Center Newsletter 1(1):2.

Worth, John E. 2002 Report of the Coordinator. Friends of the Randell Research Center Newsletter 1(2):2.

Worth, John E. 2002 Original Location of Tampa? Friends of the Randell Research Center Newsletter 1(2):3.

Worth, John E. 2002 Report of the Coordinator. Friends of the Randell Research Center Newsletter 1(3):2.

Worth, John E. 2002 Volunteers Enhance RRC Programs. Friends of the Randell Research Center Newsletter 1(1):4.

Worth, John E. 2002 Tracking the Calusa Overseas. Friends of the Randell Research Center Newsletter 1(4):1.

Worth, John E. 2002 Report of the Coordinator. Friends of the Randell Research Center Newsletter 1(4):2.

Worth, John E. 2003 New Fieldwork at Pineland. Friends of the Randell Research Center Newsletter 2(1):1.

Worth, John E. 2003 Report of the Coordinator. Friends of the Randell Research Center Newsletter 2(2):2.

Worth, John E. 2003 FLMNH Scientists Converge on Pineland Dig Friends of the Randell Research Center Newsletter 2(2):4.

Worth, John E. 2003 Cuban Parish Records Reveal Immigrant Calusa Indians. Friends of the Randell Research Center Newsletter 2(4):1.

Worth, John E. 2003 Photo Essay: Long-awaited RRC Visitor Facilities Begin to Take Shape. Friends of the Randell Research Center Newsletter 2(4):2-3.

Worth, John E. 2004 Surf Clam Ridge Excavations in Full Swing. Friends of the Randell Research Center Newsletter 3(1):1-2.

Worth, John E. 2004 RRC Education Pavilion In Progress. Friends of the Randell Research Center Newsletter 3(1):1.

Worth, John E. 2004 Cubans and Creek Indian People in Southwest Florida. Friends of the Randell Research Center Newsletter 3(2):1.

Worth, John E. 2004 RRC Welcomes New Operations Manager. Friends of the Randell Research Center Newsletter 3(1):3.

Worth, John E. 2004 Pits and Postmolds. Friends of the Randell Research Center Newsletter 3(2):2.

Worth, John E. 2004 RRC Welcomes New Office Manager. Friends of the Randell Research Center Newsletter 3(2):3.

Worth, John E. 2004 Staff Spotlight: Rona Stage. Friends of the Randell Research Center Newsletter 3(3):8.

Worth, John E. 2004 Citrus Canker Fells Last Remnant of Pineland's Historic Grove. Friends of the Randell Research Center Newsletter 3(4):2.

Worth, John E. 2004 Staff Spotlight: Craig Timbes. Friends of the Randell Research Center Newsletter 3(4):2.

Worth, John E. 2004 A Presidential Visit. Friends of the Randell Research Center Newsletter 3(4):4.

Worth, John E. 2004 Our Cuba Connection. Fort Myers News Press, Tropicalia Section, July 4, 2004, pp. 8-9.

Worth, John E. 2005 RRC Website is Now Online. Friends of the Randell Research Center Newsletter 4(1):3.

Worth, John E. 2005 Pineland Site Visitorship Soars on New Calusa Heritage Trail. Friends of the Randell Research Center Newsletter 4(1):3.

Worth, John E. 2005 The Pineland Site and Calusa-Spanish Relations, 1612-1614. Friends of the Randell Research Center Newsletter 4(2):1.

Worth, John E. 2005 Extra-local Stone at Surf Clam Ridge. Friends of the Randell Research Center 4(4):4.

Worth, John E. 2006 Early Anglo-American Settlers Source of Local Place Names. Friends of the Randell Research Center Newsletter 5(1):3.

Worth, John E. 2006 Details Emerge on "Spanish Indians" of Useppa Island. Friends of the Randell Research Center Newsletter 5(2):2.

Worth, John E. 2006 RRC Takes First Steps as Regional Public Archaeology Center. Friends of the Randell Research Center Newsletter 5(2):3.

Worth, John E. 2006 RRC Hires Public Archaeologist. Friends of the Randell Research Center Newsletter 5(3):1.

Worth, John E. 2006 Kara Bridgman Sweeney. Friends of the Randell Research Center Newsletter 5(3):2.

Worth, John E. 2006 Early African Heritage in Southwest Florida. Friends of the Randell Research Center Newsletter 5(3):2.

Worth, John E. 2006 Early Spanish Visits to Southwest Florida. Friends of the Randell Research Center Newsletter 5(4):1.

Worth, John E. 2007 To Enslave or Not To Enslave: the Colonial Fate of South Florida's Indian People. Friends of the Randell Research Center Newsletter 6(2):1-2.

Wylde, Michael 2008 Calusa Heritage Day 2008. Friends of the Randell Research Center Newsletter 7(1):2-3.

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