Below is a list of articles, manuscripts, book chapters, and video links that are geared towards further reading in Apalachicola River valley archaeology. Most of the items are referenced by the material in the pages of this website, but there are a few that are only linked to the references listed on this page. Some of the following items — particularly Brose and Percy 1974; Percy and Brose 1974; and White 1981 — are rare manuscripts that are difficult to obtain elsewhere. We are very pleased to be able to provide them here. All of the references include a link to a PDF. Please note that we intend these references and their linked PDFs to be used for academic/educational purposes only. For any other use of these materials, or to obtain hard copies, please see the included publisher information.
Articles and other Manuscripts
Brose, David and George W. Percy
1974 An Outline of Weeden Island Ceremonial Activity in Northwest Florida. Paper presented at the 39th annual meeting of the Society for American Archaeology, Washington D.C. [PDF]
Donoghue, Joseph F. and Nancy Marie White
1995 Late Holocene Sea-Level Change and Delta Migration, Apalachicola River Region, Northwest Florida, U.S.A. Journal of Coastal Research 11(3):651-663 [PDF]
Du Vernay, Jeffrey P.
2011 The Archaeology of Yon Mound and Village, Middle Apalachicola River Valley, Northwest Florida. Dissertation, Department of Anthropology, University of South Florida. [PDF]
Faught, Michael K.
2004 The Underwater Archaeology of Paleolandscapes, Apalachee Bay, Florida. American Antiquity 69(2):275-289. [PDF]
Harke, Ryan M., Gregory S. Herbert, Nancy Marie White and Jennifer Sliko
2015 Sclerochronology of Busycon sinistrum: late prehistoric seasonality determination at St. Joseph Bay, Florida, USA. Journal of Archaeological Science 57:98-108. [PDF]
Hockersmith, Kelly S.
2004 Apalachicola’s Gold: Archaeology and History of Tupelo Honey Production in Northwest Florida. M.A. Thesis, Department of Anthropology, University of South Florida. [PDF]
Horrell, Christopher E., Della A. Scott-Ireton, Roger C. Smith, James Levy, Joe Knetsch
2009 The Flintlock Site (8JA1763): An Unusual Underwater Deposit in the Apalachicola River, Florida. Journal of Maritime Archaeology 4:5-19. [PDF]
Marrinan, Rochelle A. and Nancy Marie White
2007 Modeling Fort Walton Culture in Northwest Florida. Southeastern Archaeology 26(2):292-318. [PDF]
Percy, George W. and David S. Brose
1974 Weeden Island Ecology, Subsistence, and Village Life in Northwest Florida. Paper presented at the 39th annual meeting of the Society for American Archaeology, Washington D.C. [PDF]
Prendergast, Eric D.
2015 The Archaeology of the McKinnie Site (8JA1869), Apalachicola River Valley, Northwest Florida: Four Thousand Years in the Backswamp. M.A. thesis, Department of Anthropology, University of South Florida. [PDF]
Rodriquez, Nelson David
2004 Contact/Mission Period and Depopulation in the Apalachicola River Valley, Northwest Florida. M.A. thesis, Department of Anthropology, University of South Florida. [PDF]
Saccente, Julie Rodgers, and Nancy Marie White
2015 Fort San Jose, a Remote Spanish Outpost in Northwest Florida 1700-1721. In Archaeology of Culture Contact and Colonialism in Spanish and Portuguese America, edited by Pedro Paulo A. Funari and Maria Ximena Senatore, pp. 297-312. Springer International Publishing, Switzerland. [PDF]
Schieffer, Adam M.
2013 Archaeological Site Distribution in the Apalachicola/Lower Chattahoochee River Valley of Northwest Florida, Southwest Georgia, and Southeast Alabama. M.A. thesis, Department of Anthropology, University of South Florida. [PDF]
White, Nancy Marie, Jeffrey P. DuVernay and Amber J. Yuellig
2012 Fort Walton Culture in the Apalachicola Valley, Northwest Florida. In Late Prehistoric Florida, edited by Nancy Marie White and Keith Ashley, pp. 231-274. University Press of Florida, Gainesville. [PDF]
White, Nancy Marie and Richard W. Estabrook
1994 Sam’s Cutoff Shell Mound and the Late Archaic Elliott’s Point Complex in the Apalachicola Delta, Northwest Florida. The Florida Anthropologist 47(1):61-77. [PDF]
White, Nancy Marie, Joe Knetsch and B. Calvin Jones
1999 Archaeology, History, Fluvial Geomorphology, and the Mystery Mounds of Northwest Florida. Southeastern Archaeology 18(2):142-156. [PDF]
Nancy Marie White and Richard A. Weinstein
2008 The Mexican Connection and the Far West of the U.S. Southeast. American Antiquity 73(2):227-277. [PDF]
White, Nancy Marie
2011 Middle Woodland and Protohistoric Fort Walton at the Lost Chipola Cutoff Mound, Northwest Florida. The Florida Anthropologist 64(3-4):241-273. [PDF]
2010 Gotier Hammock Mound and Midden on St. Joseph Bay, Northwest Florida. The Florida Anthropologist 63(3-4):149-182. [PDF]
2006 The Ephemeral Cape St. George Shipwreck on the Northern Gulf Coast, Franklin County, Florida. The Florida Anthropologist 59(2):73-91. [Link]
2004 Late Archaic Fisher-Foragers in the Apalachicola-Lower Chattahoochee Valley, Northwest Florida-South Georgia/Alabama. In Signs of Power, edited by Jon L. Gibson and Philip J. Carr, pp. 10-25. University of Alabama Press, Tuscaloosa. [PDF]
2003a Late Archaic in the Apalachicola/Lower Chattahoochee Valley, Northwest Florida, Southwest Georgia, and Southeast Alabama. The Florida Anthropologist 56(2):69-90. [PDF]
2003b Testing Partially Submerged Shell Middens in the Apalachicola Estuarine Wetlands, Franklin County, Florida. The Florida Anthropologist 56(1):15-45. [PDF]
2000 Prehistoric and Protohistoric Fort Walton at the Thick Greenbriar Site (8JA417) Northwest Florida. The Florida Anthropologist 53(2-3):204-222. [PDF]
1992 The Overgrown Road Site (8Gu38): A Swift Creek Camp in the Lower Apalachicola Valley. The Florida Anthropologist 45(1):18-34. [Link]
1981 Archaeological Survey at Lake Seminole. Cleveland Museum of Natural History Archaeological Research Report Number 29. [PDF]
Yuellig, Amber J.
2007 Fort Walton Ceramics in the Perry Collection, Apalachicola Valley, Northwest Florida. M.A. thesis, Department of Anthropology, University of South Florida. [PDF]