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Prelude to abandonment
Worth, J. E. (1993). Prelude to abandonment: The interior provinces of early 17th-century Georgia. Early Georgia, 21(1), 24-58.
Missions of the Camino Real
Worth, J. E. (1998). Missions of the Camino Real: Timucua and the colonial system of Spanish Florida. American Historical Association Annual Conference, Seattle, WA, 8-11 January 1998.
The evacuation of South Florida, 1704-1760
Worth, J. E. (2003). The evacuation of South Florida, 1704-1760. 60th Annual Southeastern Archaeological Conference, Charlotte, North Carolina, 13 November 2003.
Rediscovering Pensacola’s lost Spanish missions
Worth, J. E. (2008). Rediscovering Pensacola’s lost Spanish missions. 65th Annual Meeting of the Southeastern Archaeological Conference, Charlotte, North Carolina, 15 November 2008.
An ethnohistorical perspective on hunter-gatherer complexity in South Florida
Worth, J. E. (2008). An ethnohistorical perspective on hunter-gatherer complexity in South Florida. 73rd Annual Meeting of the Society for American Archaeology, Vancouver, British Columbia, 2008.
Timucua and the colonial system in Florida
Worth, J. E. (1992). Timucua and the colonial system in Florida: The rebellion of 1656. 25th Conference of the Society for Historical Archaeology, Kingston, Jamaica, 9 January 1992.
Bridging history and prehistory
Worth, J. E. (2012). Bridging history and prehistory: General reflections and particular quandries. 69th Annual Meeting of the Southeastern Archaeological Conference, Baton Rouge, LA, 9 Nov 2012.
San Joseph de Escambe
Worth, J. E., Harris, N. J., & Melcher, J. (2001). San Joseph de Escambe: A 18th-century Apalachee mission in the West Florida borderlands. Conference of the Society for Historical Archaeology, Austin, Texas, 8 January 2011.
Exploration and trade in the deep frontier of Spanish Florida
Worth, J. E. (1994). Exploration and trade in the deep frontier of Spanish Florida: Possible sources for 16th-century Spanish artifacts in Western North Carolina. 51st Annual Meeting of the Southeastern Archaeological Conference, Lexington, KY, 9-12 November 1994.
The Timucuan missions of Spanish Florida and the rebellion of 1656
Worth, J. E. (1992). The Timucuan missions of Spanish Florida and the rebellion of 1656.
The Eastern Creek frontier
Worth, J. E. (1997). The Eastern Creek frontier: History and archaeology of the Flint River towns, ca. 1750-1826. Annual Conference of the Society for American Archaeology, Nashville, TN, 4 April 1997.
Forging a new identity in Florida’s refugee missions
Worth, J. E. (2009). Forging a new identity in Florida’s refugee missions. 53rd International Conference of Americanists, Mexico City, Mexico, 19-24 July 2009.
A primer on Georgia's American Indian heritage
Worth, J. E. (2001). A primer on Georgia’s American Indian heritage.
Rediscovering a lost Georgia battlefield
Worth, J. E. (2004). Rediscovering a lost Georgia battlefield: The 1702 “Battle of the Blankets” along the Lower Flint River.
Yamassee origins and the development of the Carolina-Florida frontier
Worth, J. E. (1999). Yamassee origins and the development of the Carolina-Florida frontier. 5th Annual Conference of the Omohundro Institute of Early American History and Culture, Austin, Texas, June 1999.
The discovery and exploration of Tristán de Luna y Arellano’s 1559–1561 settlement on Pensacola Bay
Worth, J. E., Benchley, E. D., Lloyd, J. R., & Melcher, J. A. (2020). The discovery and exploration of Tristán de Luna y Arellano’s 1559–1561 settlement on Pensacola Bay. Historical Archaeology, 54, 472-501. doi:10.1007/s41636-020-00240-w
The struggle for the Georgia Coast
Worth, J. E. (1995). The struggle for the Georgia Coast: An 18th-century Spanish retrospective on Guale and Mocama.
Fontaneda revisited
Worth, J. E. (1995). Fontaneda revisited: Five descriptions of sixteenth-century Florida. Florida Historical Quarterly, 73(3), 339-352.
Late Spanish military expeditions in the Interior Southeast, 1597-1628
Discovering Florida
Worth, J. E. (Ed.). (2014). Discovering Florida: First-contact narratives from Spanish expeditions along the lower Gulf Coast.

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