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1 A Cuban origin for glades pottery? A provocative hypothesis revisited 2006 Vernon James Knight Jr.
2 A history of Southeastern Indians in Cuba, 1513-1823 October 21-23, 2004 John E. Worth
3 A primer on Georgia's American Indian heritage 29 November 2001 John E. Worth
4 An ethnohistorical perspective on hunter-gatherer complexity in South Florida 2008 John E. Worth
5 An ethnohistorical synthesis of Southeastern chiefdoms How does Coosa compare? November 15, 2003 John E. Worth
6 Appendix A: The early seventeenth century location of Tama and Utinahica 1995 John E. Worth
7 Archaeological investigation of a Mississippian fall-line chiefdom on the Middle Flint River. October 22, 1988 John E. Worth
8 Bridging history and prehistory General reflections and particular quandries November 9, 2012 John E. Worth
9 Coastal chiefdoms and the question of agriculture An ethnohistorical overview November 12, 1999 John E. Worth
10 CV
11 Ethnicity and ceramics on the Southeastern Atlantic Coast An ethnohistorical analysis 2009 John E. Woth
12 Exploration and trade in the deep frontier of Spanish Florida Possible sources for 16th-century Spanish artifacts in Western North Carolina 1994 John E. Worth
13 Exploring mission life in 18th-century West Florida 2011 excavations at San Joseph de Escambe January 6, 2012 John Worth
14 Forging a new identity in Florida’s refugee missions July 2009 John E. Worth
15 Late Spanish military expeditions in the Interior Southeast, 1597-1628 1994 John E. Worth
16 Missions of the Camino Real Timucua and the colonial system of Spanish Florida 1998 John E. Worth
17 Mississippian Occupation on the Middle Flint River 1988 John Eugene Worth
18 Rediscovering a lost Georgia battlefield The 1702 “Battle of the Blankets” along the Lower Flint River January 16, 2004 John E. Worth
19 Rediscovering Pensacola’s lost Spanish missions November 15, 2008 John E. Worth
20 San Joseph de Escambe A 18th-century Apalachee mission in the West Florida borderlands January 8, 2001 John E. Worth

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