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Bureau of Historic Sites and Properties Bulletins


Copies of titles in the Bureau of Historic Sites and Properties Bulletin series are available free of charge by contacting the Bureau of Archaeological Research (Helene.Whitehurst@DOS.MyFlorida.com).

Bureau of Historic Sites and Properties Bulletin No. 1: Clausen, "The Fort Pierce Collection." Morrell and Jones, "San Juan de Aspalaga." (1970: 43 pgs.) OUT OF PRINT

Bureau of Historic Sites and Properties Bulletin No. 2: Dailey, Morrell, Cockrell, "The St. Marks Military Cemetery." Jones, "Colonel James Moore and the Destruction of the Apalachee Missions in 1704." Milanich, "Excavations at the Richardson Site: An Early 17th Century Potano Indian Village." (1972: 61 pgs.) OUT OF PRINT

>Bureau of Historic Sites and Properties Bulletin No. 3: Jones, "A Semi-Subterranean Structure at Mission San Joseph de Ocuya, Jefferson County, Florida." Milanich, "The Southeastern Deptford Culture: A Preliminary Definition." Jones and Penman, "Winewood: An Inland Ft. Walton Site in Tallahassee, Florida." (1973: 89 pgs.) OUT OF PRINT

Bureau of Historic Sites and Properties Bulletin No. 4: Milanich, "Life in a 9th Century Indian Household." Hemmings and Kohler, "The Lake Kanapaha Site in North Central Florida." Percy, "A Review of Evidence for Prehistoric Indian Use of Animals in Northwest Florida." Otto and Lewis, "A Formal and Functional Analysis of San Marcos Pottery from Site SA 16-23, St. Augustine, Florida." (1974: 117 pgs.)

Bureau of Historic Sites and Properties Bulletin No. 5: Swindell, "Archaeological Excavations of Gun Emplacement Number 17 (8Es126): A Suspected Confederate Battery at Pensacola, Florida." Schene, "The Georgia Volunteers and Fort Cooper." Baker, "Archaeological Investigations at Fort Cooper, Inverness, Florida." Milanich et al., "Georgia Origins of the Alachua Tradition." (1976: 55 pgs.) OUT OF PRINT

Bureau of Historic Sites and Properties Bulletin No. 6: Brose, "Coe's Landing (8Jal37) Jackson County, Florida A Fort Walton Campsite on the Apalachicola River." Ruppe, "The Archaeology of Drowned Terrestrial Sites." Lightfoot and Ruppe, "Oyster Carrying Capacity at Venice Florida. Two Thousand Years Ago." Ruppe, "Analysis of the Mollusks from the Venice Beach Site." Bland, "The Venice Site: Prehistoric Subsistence Patterns on a Regional Level." Fraser, "Faunal Analysis of the Venice Site." Schene, "Fort Alabama A Temporary Wood Fort on the Hillsborough River." (1980: 83 pgs.)