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The Apalachee Indians and Mission San Luis

John H. Hann (author) Bonnie G. McEwan (author)
Jerald T. Milanich (foreword)

ISBN: 9780813015651

Publication Date: May 1998

Format: Paperback

Also available as: Hardback  

This text offers a combination of archaeology and history to tell the story of the Apalachee Indians of northwest Florida and their Spanish conquerors. The book portrays the dwellings, daily life, religious practices, social structures and recreation activities of the mission.

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Illustrations 120 colour illustrations, bibliography, index
Pages 208
Date Published 31 May 1998
Publisher University Press of Florida
Series Native Peoples, Cultures and Places of the South-eastern United States
Subject/s Archaeology   European history   History of the Americas   Social & cultural history   Indigenous peoples   National liberation & independence, post-colonialism   Colonialism & imperialism   1500 to c 1700  

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