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Visitations and revolts in Florida 1656-1695 (Florida archaeology)

John H. Hann

Visitations and revolts in Florida 1656-1695 (Florida archaeology)

by John H. Hann

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Published by Florida Bureau of Archaeological Research .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Florida,
  • History,
  • Indians of North America,
  • Spanish colony, 1565-1763

  • The Physical Object
    FormatUnknown Binding
    Number of Pages296
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL11448493M
    ISBN 100923308075
    ISBN 109780923308070
    OCLC/WorldCa30539057


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Visitations and revolts in Florida 1656-1695 (Florida archaeology) by John H. Hann Download PDF EPUB FB2

Get this from a library. Visitations and revolts in Florida [John H Hann; Florida Bureau of Archaeological Research.]. Book Notes Predicaments, Pragmatics, and Professionalism: Ethical Conduct in Archaeology; Historic Louisiana Nails: Aids to the Dating of Old Buildings; A Grammar and Dictionary of the Timucua Language; Visitations and Revolts in Florida, ; Prehistoric Adaptations to the Interior Uplands Environment of the Central South Carolina Coast.

Visitations and Revolts in Florida, by John H. Hann Visitations and Revolts in Florida, by John H. Hann (pp. ) Review by: Craig A. Hanson. Book Reviews Visitations and Revolts in Florida, by John H. Hann Visitations and Revolts in Florida, by John H. Hann (p. Visitations and Revolts in Florida, John H.

Hann Florida Archaeology 7. Ordering Info. This volume presents translations of some of the best sources of information on the missions of Spanish Florida and the natives whom they served in the second half of the seventeenth century. The Apalachee Indians and Mission San Luis.

John H. Hann is the author of An Early Florida Adventure Story ( avg rating, 6 ratings, 1 review, published ), Missions to the Calusa ( avg r 4/5. Visitations and Revolts in Florida,(Florida Archaeology, Florida Bureau of Archaeological Research, Division of Historical Resources, The Capitol, Tallahassee, Fl.

), File Size: KB. Visitations and Revolts in Florida, Florida Archaeology 7. Florida Bureau of Archaeological Research, Tallahasee. Hann, John H. and Bonnie G.

McEwan The Apalachee Indians and Mission San Luis. University Press of Florida. Gainesville. Jones. In fact, given the multiple ethnohistoric sources that reiterate many of the same points regarding the Calusa and the native peoples of south Florida, we have no reason to doubt the nature of.

This book relates the story of those American Indians, the ances tors of Juan Cabale and neighboring groups in Florida, and their interactions with, first, Spain, then France, and then Spain once again, as those monarchies sought to control Florida and its people during the years following Juan Ponce de Leon's landing in Florida.

Visitations and Revolts in Florida, Florida Archaeology 7. Hann, John H. (translator) An Early Florida Adventure Story. University Press of Florida, Gainesville. Hann, John H. and Bonnie G. McEwan a The Apalachee Indians and Missions San Luis. University Press of Florida: Gainesville.

Hann, John H. and Charles Robin Ewen. MURDER AND MARTYRDOM IN SPANISH FLORIDA MURDER AND MARTYRDOM IN SPANISH FLORIDA: DON JUAN AND THE GUALE UPRISING OF J. MICHAEL FRANCIS Research Associate, Division of Anthropology American Museum of Natural History Professor of History, University of North Florida KATHLEEN M.

KOLE Department of History University of Notre Dame. Bruce Chappell of the P. Yonge Library of Florida History in Gainesville, Florida, John Dann of the Clements Library, and Roy Ritchie of the Huntington Library deserve thanks for making my stay at their respective institutions a most pleasant and rewarding experience.