book is about the Apalachee Indians and their neighbors, people
like the Calusa, Tequesta, Jororo, Potano, and Ais, who once made
their homes in Florida. It also is about their ancestors and their
ancestors' ancestors, a chain of people going back 12,000 years
to the first Floridians. Its many illustrations and sidebars make
it very accessible for all readers, both professional archaeologists
and the general public. A 16-page section of color photographs
shows artifacts dating from A.D. 100 until the mid-1800s.
6" x 9", 208 pages, b&w photos, line illustrations,
color photos, bibliography.