Everglades Exploration Network

I know this site isn't new for many - http://evergladesplan.org/index.aspx - but stumbling around in there, I found their reading list. Very nice list of books.

http://evergladesplan.org/read/default.aspx

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Another interesting book is Surviving the Wilds of Florida by Reid F. Tillery

 

And if you're interested in the Calusa, here's a list of good books and a website (Randall Research Center)

 

The Calusa and Their Legacy: South Florida People and Their Environments (Native Peoples, Cultures, and Places by Darcie A. Macmahon and William H. Marquardt (Dec 31, 2004) (good “executive summary”)

 

The Evolution of Calusa: A Nonagricultural Chiefdom of the Southwest Florida Coast by Randolph J. Widmer (Feb 28, 1988)

 

Missions to the Calusa (Florida Museum of Natural History: Ripley P. Bullen Series) John H. Hann (Editor)

 

The Archaeology of Pineland: A Coastal Southwest Florida Site Complex, A.D. 50-1710 Edited by William H. Marquardt and Karen J. Walker Pubdate: 2/19/2012

 

The Archeology of Useppa Island edited by William H. Marquardt

 

Exploration of Ancient Key-Dweller Remains on the Gulf Coast of Florida / Frank Hamilton Cushing

 

The Evolution of the Calusa : a Nonagricultural Chiefdom on the Southwest Florida Coast / Randolph J. Widmer.

 

Culture and Environment in the Domain of the Calusa / edited by William H. Marquardt with the assistance of Claudine Payne. Gainesville : Institute of Archaeology and Paleoenvironmental Studies, University of Florida, c1992

 

The Material Culture of Key Marco, Florida / Marion Gilliland. (good inventory and pictures of items Cushing recovered)

 

Key Marco's Buried Treasure : Archaeology and Adventure in the Nineteenth Century / Marion Gilliland (an account of Cushing’s expedition)

 

Website: Randall Research Center on Pine Island in Pineland, FL (off Cape Coral)

http://www.flmnh.ufl.edu/rrc/calusatrail.htm

 

 

Just finished "Archaeology of the Everglades" which I recommend. Very useful bibliography.
 
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Another interesting book is Surviving the Wilds of Florida by Reid F. Tillery

 

And if you're interested in the Calusa, here's a list of good books and a website (Randall Research Center)

 

The Calusa and Their Legacy: South Florida People and Their Environments (Native Peoples, Cultures, and Places by Darcie A. Macmahon and William H. Marquardt (Dec 31, 2004) (good “executive summary”)

 

The Evolution of Calusa: A Nonagricultural Chiefdom of the Southwest Florida Coast by Randolph J. Widmer (Feb 28, 1988)

 

Missions to the Calusa (Florida Museum of Natural History: Ripley P. Bullen Series) John H. Hann (Editor)

 

The Archaeology of Pineland: A Coastal Southwest Florida Site Complex, A.D. 50-1710 Edited by William H. Marquardt and Karen J. Walker Pubdate: 2/19/2012

 

The Archeology of Useppa Island edited by William H. Marquardt

 

Exploration of Ancient Key-Dweller Remains on the Gulf Coast of Florida / Frank Hamilton Cushing

 

The Evolution of the Calusa : a Nonagricultural Chiefdom on the Southwest Florida Coast / Randolph J. Widmer.

 

Culture and Environment in the Domain of the Calusa / edited by William H. Marquardt with the assistance of Claudine Payne. Gainesville : Institute of Archaeology and Paleoenvironmental Studies, University of Florida, c1992

 

The Material Culture of Key Marco, Florida / Marion Gilliland. (good inventory and pictures of items Cushing recovered)

 

Key Marco's Buried Treasure : Archaeology and Adventure in the Nineteenth Century / Marion Gilliland (an account of Cushing’s expedition)

 

Website: Randall Research Center on Pine Island in Pineland, FL (off Cape Coral)

http://www.flmnh.ufl.edu/rrc/calusatrail.htm

 

 

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