Discovering Florida's Gulf Coast

Kershaw, Norma
May 1984
Archaeology;May/Jun84, Vol. 37 Issue 3, p60
Features several tourist destinations in Florida's Gulf Coast for travelers interest in archaeology. Lake Jackson Mounds Complex; Crystal River Archaeological site; Madira Bickel mound.


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