Exploration of Ancient Key-dweller Remains on the Gulf Coast of Florida
First published more than 100 years ago, this illustrated monograph on the Key Marco site on Florida's Gulf Coast reports on archaeological discoveries that have never been duplicated. At one time work at the site was considered the most important excavation on earth and, until 1970, it was considered the most advanced work in archaeology anywhere in the United States.
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