The Calusa and their legacy South Florida people and their environments

Title The Calusa and their legacy South Florida people and their environments
Names MacMahon, Darcie A.
Marquardt, William H.
Book Number BRC01296
Title Status In Process
Medium Braille
Annotation The Calusa were the most powerful native people on the Gulf coast, their influence spanning south Florida and lasting well into the European invasion. For the first time, The Calusa and Their Legacy tells the story of this little known Native American people in relation to the unique environment that sustained them with such abundance that they never depended on a staple crop or large-scale agriculture.
Local Subject Adult Book - AD
History, United States - HUS
Adult Non-Fiction - AN
Sociology - SOC
History - Indian/Native American history - HUSI
Short Book - SH
History - HST
LC Subject Calusa Indians - Ethnozoology
Calusa Indians - Ethnobotany
Calusa Indians - Fishing
Indigenous peoples - Ecology - Florida
Florida - Social life and customs
Call Number 975.901
Language English
Released 2004
Publication Info Daytona Beach : Florida Bureau of Braille and Talking Book Services, 2004 (Pinellas Braille Group, transcribing agency)
Original Publication Transcription of: Gainesville : University Press of Florida, c2004. 9780813027739
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