Apalachicola Valley Archaeology
Apalachicola Valley Archaeology
Confederate Fort Mystery
Primary Areas of Interest:
Current Research Topics:
Introduction to Anthropology
Evolution of People and Culture
Archaeological Field School
Archaeological Lab Methods
North American Indians
Awards and Activities
Ripley P. Bullen Award for furthering cooperation with avocational archaeologists,
Fort Walton Mississippian Beginnings in the Apalachicola-Lower Chattahoochee River Valley (2nd author, with J. Du Vernay). In Mississippian Beginnings,edited by Gregory D. Wilson, pp 260-292. University Press of Florida, Gainesvile.
Paleo-Indian Through Protohistoric On St. Vincent Island, Northwest Florida (1st author with Elicia Kimble). Florida Anthropologist 69:184-204.
Fort San José, a Remote Spanish Outpost in Northwest Florida, 1700-1721 (second author with J. Saccente). In Archaeology of Culture Contact and Colonialism in Spanish and Portuguese America, ed. by P. Funari and M. Ximena Senatore, pp. 297-312. Springer Press, New York
What I Believe About the Useful Diversity of Theory in Southeastern Archaeology. Southeastern Archaeology 33:255-268.
Apalachicola Valley Riverine, Estuarine, Bayshore, and Saltwater Shell Middens. The Florida Anthropologist 67(2-3):77-104.
Woodland and Mississippian in Northwest Florida – Part of the South but Different. In New Histories of Pre Columbian Florida, edited by N. Wallis and A. Randall, pp. 223- 242. University Press of Florida, Gainesville.
Website and linked video (with Eric Prendergast): Mounds at Turtle Harbor https://vimeo.com/85845798
Pierce Mounds Complex. An Ancient Capital in Northwest Florida. Report to landowner George Mahr and to the Florida Division of Historical Resources. Department of Anthropology, USF (link to report on turtle harbor mounds website)
Review of Cultural Negotiations: the Role of Women in the Founding of Americanist Archaeology, by D. Browman. Journal of Anthropological Research 69:575- 76.
Late Prehistoric Florida:Archaeology at the Edge of the Mississippian World (coeditor with Keith Ashley). University Press of Florida, Gainesville.
Middle Woodland and Protohistoric Fort Walton at The Lost Chipola Cutoff Mound, Northwest Florida. The Florida Anthropologist 64 (3-4):241-73.
Gotier Hammock Mound and Midden on St. Joseph Bay, Northwest Florida.The Florida Anthropologist 63:149-182
Archaeology for Dummies. Wiley Publishing, Hoboken, NJ.
The Mexican Connection and the Far West of the Southeast (first author, with R. Weinstein). American Antiquity 73:227-277.
Modeling Fort Walton Culture in Northwest Florida (coauthored with R. Marrinan).Southeastern Archaeology 26(2):292-318.
The Ephemeral Cape St. George Shipwreck on the Northern Gulf Coast, Franklin County, Florida. The Florida Anthropologist 59:73-88.
Gulf Coast Archaeology, the Southeastern U.S. and Mexico (editor and author of beginning and ending chapters). University Press of Florida, Gainesville.
Archaeological Survey of the St. Joseph Bay State Buffer Preserve, Gulf County, Florida. Report to the Apalachicola National Estuarine Research Reserve, Eastpoint, Florida, and the Division of Historical Resources, Tallahassee. Department of Anthropology, USF.
Late Archaic Fisher-Foragers in the Apalachicola-lower Chattahoochee Valley, Northwest Florida-south Georgia/Alabama. In Signs of Power: the Rise of Cultural Complexity in the Southeast, edited by P. Carr and J. Gibson, pp. 10-25. University of Alabama Press, Tuscaloosa.
Late Archaic in the Apalachicola/lower Chattahoochee Valley of Northwest Florida, Southwest Georgia, Southeast Alabama. The Florida Anthropologist 56(2):69-90.
Testing Partially Submerged Shell Middens in the Apalachicola Estuarine Wetlands, Franklin County, Florida. The Florida Anthropologist 56:15-45.
A Model Graduate Training Programme in Public Archaeology (coauthored with B. Weisman). Antiquity 74:203-8.
Prehistoric and Protohistoric Fort Walton at the Thick Greenbriar Site (8Ja417), Northwest Florida. The Florida Anthropologist 53: 134-152.
Archaeology, History, Fluvial Geomorphology, and the Mystery Mounds of Northwest Florida (with J. Knetsch and C. Jones). Southeastern Archaeology 18: 2-22.
Teaching Public Archaeology at the University of South Florida. In Teaching Archaeology in the Twenty-first Century, ed. by S. Bender and G. Smith, pp. 111-115. Society for American Archaeology, Washington, D.C.
Teaching Archaeologists to Teach Public Archaeology. In The Archaeology Education Handbook: Sharing the Past with Kids, edited by K. Smardz and S. Smith, pp. 328-339). AltaMira Press, Walnut Creek, California.
Apalachicola Valley Remote Areas Archaeological Survey, Northwest Florida. Volume 1: The Survey and Sites Located. Volume 2: Confederate Batteries Cobb and Gilmer in the "Cutoff Island" of the Lower Chipola-Apalachicola River Valley. Reports to the Florida Division of Historical Resources, Tallahassee.
Grit-Tempered. Early Women Archaeologists in the Southeastern United States. (first editor with L. Sullivan and R. Marrinan). University Press of Florida, Gainesville.
The Northwest Florida Expeditions of Clarence Bloomfield Moore (coeditor with D. Brose). University of Alabama Press, Tuscaloosa.
Late Holocene Sea Level Change and Delta Migration, Apalachicola River Region, Florida (second author, with J. Donoghue). Journal of Coastal Research11(3):651-663.
Archaeological Investigations at Six Sites in the Apalachicola River Valley, Northwest Florida. National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration Technical Memorandum NOS SRD 26. Marine and Estuarine Management Division, Washington, D. C.
Public Archaeology in Florida, USA: A Review and Case Study (first author, with J. R. Williams). In The Presented Past, edited by P. Stone and B. Molyneaux. pp. 82-94. Routledge, One World Archaeology Series, London.
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