The Timucuan Chiefdoms of Spanish Florida: Assimilation
The first half of a two-volume work incorporating archaeological and historical investigation, and studying the assimilation and eventual destruction of the indigenous Timucuan societies of interior Spanish Florida near St Augustine. It begins with analysis of the late prehistoric chiefdoms.
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The Timucuan Chiefdoms
Chiefdoms among the Interior Timucua
Prehistoric Roots and Early European Contact
The Potano Chiefdom
Chiefdoms of the Okefenokee SwampSt MarysSatilla Region
The Establishment of Missions
Missionizing the Interior Chiefdoms 160616
Garrisoning the Mission Frontier
The Indian Fund
Travel Transport and Communication
Local Support for the Missions
aboriginal Acuera administrative AGI SD agricultural production Alachua culture Alonso de Jesus Antonio Apalachee province archaeological Asile Augustine Bushnell cacique chief chiefly Chua church coastal colonial system communities culture distribution doctrinas documentary early established Estevez de Carmenatis expedition Fernandez Florencia Florida missions Franciscan friars Fray Alonso friars Governor Guale hacienda hardtack Hernando de Soto Horruytiner Ibihica Indian fund Indian laborers Johns River jurisdiction king land late prehistoric leaders leagues lineage Lopez Luis Machava Menendez Marquez military mission provinces mission San missionaries Mississippian Mississippian culture Mocama Order Outina pesos platform mounds political population Potano presumably principal cacique Ranjel Rebolledo regarding regional chiefdoms render obedience repartimiento repartimiento labor resident royal Ruiz San Martin San Pedro Santa Elena seventeenth century sociopolitical soldiers Spain Spaniards Spanish crown Spanish Florida structure subordinate surplus corn Suwannee River Testimony Timu Timucua province Timucuan caciques Timucuan mission Tocoy town Transcription village visitation Yustaga