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The Calusa and their legacy : South Florida people and their environments, Darcie A. MacMahon and William H. Marquardt

Label
The Calusa and their legacy : South Florida people and their environments
Title
The Calusa and their legacy
Title remainder
South Florida people and their environments
Statement of responsibility
Darcie A. MacMahon and William H. Marquardt
Title variation
Calusa & their legacy
Creator
Contributor
Subject
Language
eng
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DLC
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MacMahon, Darcie A
Dewey number
975.9/01
Government publication
government publication of a state province territory dependency etc
Illustrations
  • illustrations
  • plates
Index
index present
LC call number
E99.C18
LC item number
M33 2004
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
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Marquardt, William H
Series statement
Native peoples, cultures, and places of the southeastern United States
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
  • Calusa Indians
  • Calusa Indians
  • Calusa Indians
  • Indigenous peoples
  • Indians of North America
  • Florida
Target audience
adult
Label
The Calusa and their legacy : South Florida people and their environments, Darcie A. MacMahon and William H. Marquardt
Instantiates
Publication
Copyright
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (pages 171-175) and index
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
  • nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Estuary: Cradle of the Ocean
  • 53
  • Anemones: Gardens on the Move
  • 54
  • A Shy Crocodile
  • 55
  • In the Tree Tops
  • 56
  • Aerial Acrobat: The Mangrove Crab
  • 56
  • Mangrove Water Snake
  • 8
  • 56
  • Mangrove Skipper: Iridescent Blue in a Sea of Green
  • 57
  • Birds Galore: Mangrove Rookeries
  • 57
  • Who Needs Glamour to Be Successful?
  • 59
  • 8
  • Bottom Line
  • 60
  • 3
  • Protecting Florida's Estuaries
  • 60
  • 9
  • Fishing Heritage of Gulf Coastal Florida
  • 63
  • First Coastal Dwellers
  • 63
  • Fishing on the Gulf Coast of Florida
  • 65
  • Foods from the Estuary
  • What's the Big Picture?
  • 65
  • More Than Just Food
  • 65
  • Nets of Plenty
  • 69
  • Other Ways to Catch a Fish
  • 71
  • Mighty Canoe
  • 73
  • 10
  • 12
  • Calusa
  • 75
  • Calusa Society
  • 75
  • Where Did They Come From?
  • 75
  • Leadership
  • 78
  • Calusa Name
  • 79
  • Abundant Plankton
  • Calusa Capital
  • 80
  • Calusa Connections: Trade, Exchange, and Tribute
  • 80
  • Calusa Beliefs
  • 82
  • Calusa Ceremonies
  • 85
  • Calusa Hospitality
  • 88
  • 12
  • 11
  • Calusa Architecture and Engineering
  • 91
  • Calusa Canals
  • 93
  • Calusa Earthworks
  • 95
  • Anatomy of Middens and Mounds
  • 96
  • 12
  • Bacteria Rule
  • Calusa Legacy
  • 101
  • Master Woodworkers
  • 102
  • Carved Bone and Shell
  • 103
  • Florida Wet Sites
  • 103
  • Conserving Wet-Site Objects
  • 103
  • 13
  • Key Marco
  • 105
  • Woodpecker Plaque
  • 107
  • Masks and Figureheads
  • 107
  • Painted Box Sides
  • 107
  • Other Items
  • 109
  • Algae: Salad of the Estuary
  • Pineland
  • 109
  • Waterbird Figure
  • 109
  • Fort Center
  • 113
  • Woodcarvings
  • 113
  • New Materials, Ancient Designs
  • 114
  • 1
  • 13
  • 13
  • Calusa and the Europeans
  • 115
  • Early Encounters
  • 115
  • Increased Contact
  • 117
  • Demise of Calusa Society
  • 118
  • Are There Calusa Indian People in South Florida Today?
  • Diatoms: Algae That Live in Glass Houses
  • 121
  • 14
  • Fishing since the Calusa
  • 122
  • Cuban and Indian Fishing in Southwest Florida
  • 122
  • Technology Changes the Fishing Industry
  • 126
  • Recent Indian Fishing in South Florida
  • 130
  • 14
  • Future of Coastal Fishing in Florida
  • 130
  • 15
  • Indian People in South Florida Today
  • 134
  • Origin
  • 134
  • Wars and Removals
  • 136
  • Unconquered
  • Small Things That Make a Difference
  • 137
  • Archaeology and History of the Seminoles in North Florida
  • 138
  • "Town of the White King"
  • 138
  • Trading Posts
  • 140
  • Cuscowilla and King Payne's Town
  • 142
  • Clan Camps and War Camps
  • 14
  • 143
  • "Black Seminoles": African Allies
  • 144
  • 16
  • Seminole and Miccosukee Culture and Arts
  • 150
  • Clothing
  • 152
  • Dolls
  • 152
  • 4
  • Basketry
  • 152
  • Woodwork
  • 153
  • Women's Dance Rattles
  • 154
  • Silverwork
  • 155
  • Beadwork
  • 156
  • Mudflats: What You Don't See Is What You Get
  • Fingerweaving
  • 157
  • Kinship and Clans
  • 158
  • Housing
  • 158
  • Food
  • 159
  • Language
  • 161
  • 15
  • Oral Traditions
  • 161
  • Ceremonies
  • 162
  • Medicine
  • 162
  • 17
  • Future of South Florida
  • 163
  • Fiddler Crabs: A Mudflat Favorite
  • 18
  • South Florida People and Their Environments
  • Horseshoe Crabs: An Ancient Parade
  • 18
  • Tiny Crustaceans: Amphipods, Isopods, Copepods, and Ostracods
  • 18
  • Worms That Live in Tubes: The Polychaetes
  • 20
  • Mud Brittle Stars
  • 20
  • Sturdy Clams: The Quahogs
  • 21
  • 1
  • Ever Dined at an Oyster Bar?
  • 22
  • Crown Conch: King of the Mud
  • 22
  • A Study in Pink: The Roseate Spoonbill
  • 24
  • 5
  • Sea Grass Beds
  • 25
  • Diners' Delights: Stone Crabs and Blue Crabs
  • Who Were the Calusa?
  • 28
  • Shrimp among the Sea Grasses
  • 28
  • Lightning Whelks: Magnificent Snails
  • 30
  • Old Blue Eyes: The Bay Scallop
  • 32
  • Mollusks without Shells
  • 32
  • Stars of the Sea Grass Beds
  • 1
  • 33
  • What Is a Sand Dollar, Really?
  • 33
  • Cucumbers with Feet
  • 33
  • At Home on a Sea Grass Blade
  • 34
  • Sponges Alive!
  • 35
  • Sea Whips: Animal Apartments That Look Like Plants
  • How Do We Know about the Past?
  • 35
  • 6
  • Sea
  • 37
  • Jellyfish: Really Big Plankton
  • 37
  • Squid of Many Colors
  • 38
  • A Horse Is a Horse, Unless It's a Seahorse
  • 39
  • 5
  • Flying through Water: The Rays and Skates
  • 39
  • Tasty Fishes
  • 40
  • Manatees: Elephants of the Sea
  • 42
  • Sea Turtles: They Get Around
  • 43
  • Bottlenose Dolphins: The Great Communicators
  • 44
  • 2
  • 7
  • Mangrove Forests
  • 48
  • Among the Roots
  • 52
  • Tunicates: Strange Blobs or Highly Evolved Invertebrates?
  • 52
  • Knock, Knock, Anybody Home?
  • 53
  • Barnacles: Check Out Those Legs!
Control code
ocm56330171
Dimensions
26 cm.
Extent
xiv, 183 pages, 32 unnumbered pages of plates
Isbn
9780813027739
Lccn
2004051283
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • n
Note
975.901 M227 ; P ; GE-G ; Series-adult ; GE01-06UPFL1.
Other physical details
illustrations (some color)
System control number
  • (Sirsi) o56330171
  • (Sirsi) o56330171
  • o56330171
Label
The Calusa and their legacy : South Florida people and their environments, Darcie A. MacMahon and William H. Marquardt
Publication
Copyright
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (pages 171-175) and index
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
  • nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Estuary: Cradle of the Ocean
  • 53
  • Anemones: Gardens on the Move
  • 54
  • A Shy Crocodile
  • 55
  • In the Tree Tops
  • 56
  • Aerial Acrobat: The Mangrove Crab
  • 56
  • Mangrove Water Snake
  • 8
  • 56
  • Mangrove Skipper: Iridescent Blue in a Sea of Green
  • 57
  • Birds Galore: Mangrove Rookeries
  • 57
  • Who Needs Glamour to Be Successful?
  • 59
  • 8
  • Bottom Line
  • 60
  • 3
  • Protecting Florida's Estuaries
  • 60
  • 9
  • Fishing Heritage of Gulf Coastal Florida
  • 63
  • First Coastal Dwellers
  • 63
  • Fishing on the Gulf Coast of Florida
  • 65
  • Foods from the Estuary
  • What's the Big Picture?
  • 65
  • More Than Just Food
  • 65
  • Nets of Plenty
  • 69
  • Other Ways to Catch a Fish
  • 71
  • Mighty Canoe
  • 73
  • 10
  • 12
  • Calusa
  • 75
  • Calusa Society
  • 75
  • Where Did They Come From?
  • 75
  • Leadership
  • 78
  • Calusa Name
  • 79
  • Abundant Plankton
  • Calusa Capital
  • 80
  • Calusa Connections: Trade, Exchange, and Tribute
  • 80
  • Calusa Beliefs
  • 82
  • Calusa Ceremonies
  • 85
  • Calusa Hospitality
  • 88
  • 12
  • 11
  • Calusa Architecture and Engineering
  • 91
  • Calusa Canals
  • 93
  • Calusa Earthworks
  • 95
  • Anatomy of Middens and Mounds
  • 96
  • 12
  • Bacteria Rule
  • Calusa Legacy
  • 101
  • Master Woodworkers
  • 102
  • Carved Bone and Shell
  • 103
  • Florida Wet Sites
  • 103
  • Conserving Wet-Site Objects
  • 103
  • 13
  • Key Marco
  • 105
  • Woodpecker Plaque
  • 107
  • Masks and Figureheads
  • 107
  • Painted Box Sides
  • 107
  • Other Items
  • 109
  • Algae: Salad of the Estuary
  • Pineland
  • 109
  • Waterbird Figure
  • 109
  • Fort Center
  • 113
  • Woodcarvings
  • 113
  • New Materials, Ancient Designs
  • 114
  • 1
  • 13
  • 13
  • Calusa and the Europeans
  • 115
  • Early Encounters
  • 115
  • Increased Contact
  • 117
  • Demise of Calusa Society
  • 118
  • Are There Calusa Indian People in South Florida Today?
  • Diatoms: Algae That Live in Glass Houses
  • 121
  • 14
  • Fishing since the Calusa
  • 122
  • Cuban and Indian Fishing in Southwest Florida
  • 122
  • Technology Changes the Fishing Industry
  • 126
  • Recent Indian Fishing in South Florida
  • 130
  • 14
  • Future of Coastal Fishing in Florida
  • 130
  • 15
  • Indian People in South Florida Today
  • 134
  • Origin
  • 134
  • Wars and Removals
  • 136
  • Unconquered
  • Small Things That Make a Difference
  • 137
  • Archaeology and History of the Seminoles in North Florida
  • 138
  • "Town of the White King"
  • 138
  • Trading Posts
  • 140
  • Cuscowilla and King Payne's Town
  • 142
  • Clan Camps and War Camps
  • 14
  • 143
  • "Black Seminoles": African Allies
  • 144
  • 16
  • Seminole and Miccosukee Culture and Arts
  • 150
  • Clothing
  • 152
  • Dolls
  • 152
  • 4
  • Basketry
  • 152
  • Woodwork
  • 153
  • Women's Dance Rattles
  • 154
  • Silverwork
  • 155
  • Beadwork
  • 156
  • Mudflats: What You Don't See Is What You Get
  • Fingerweaving
  • 157
  • Kinship and Clans
  • 158
  • Housing
  • 158
  • Food
  • 159
  • Language
  • 161
  • 15
  • Oral Traditions
  • 161
  • Ceremonies
  • 162
  • Medicine
  • 162
  • 17
  • Future of South Florida
  • 163
  • Fiddler Crabs: A Mudflat Favorite
  • 18
  • South Florida People and Their Environments
  • Horseshoe Crabs: An Ancient Parade
  • 18
  • Tiny Crustaceans: Amphipods, Isopods, Copepods, and Ostracods
  • 18
  • Worms That Live in Tubes: The Polychaetes
  • 20
  • Mud Brittle Stars
  • 20
  • Sturdy Clams: The Quahogs
  • 21
  • 1
  • Ever Dined at an Oyster Bar?
  • 22
  • Crown Conch: King of the Mud
  • 22
  • A Study in Pink: The Roseate Spoonbill
  • 24
  • 5
  • Sea Grass Beds
  • 25
  • Diners' Delights: Stone Crabs and Blue Crabs
  • Who Were the Calusa?
  • 28
  • Shrimp among the Sea Grasses
  • 28
  • Lightning Whelks: Magnificent Snails
  • 30
  • Old Blue Eyes: The Bay Scallop
  • 32
  • Mollusks without Shells
  • 32
  • Stars of the Sea Grass Beds
  • 1
  • 33
  • What Is a Sand Dollar, Really?
  • 33
  • Cucumbers with Feet
  • 33
  • At Home on a Sea Grass Blade
  • 34
  • Sponges Alive!
  • 35
  • Sea Whips: Animal Apartments That Look Like Plants
  • How Do We Know about the Past?
  • 35
  • 6
  • Sea
  • 37
  • Jellyfish: Really Big Plankton
  • 37
  • Squid of Many Colors
  • 38
  • A Horse Is a Horse, Unless It's a Seahorse
  • 39
  • 5
  • Flying through Water: The Rays and Skates
  • 39
  • Tasty Fishes
  • 40
  • Manatees: Elephants of the Sea
  • 42
  • Sea Turtles: They Get Around
  • 43
  • Bottlenose Dolphins: The Great Communicators
  • 44
  • 2
  • 7
  • Mangrove Forests
  • 48
  • Among the Roots
  • 52
  • Tunicates: Strange Blobs or Highly Evolved Invertebrates?
  • 52
  • Knock, Knock, Anybody Home?
  • 53
  • Barnacles: Check Out Those Legs!
Control code
ocm56330171
Dimensions
26 cm.
Extent
xiv, 183 pages, 32 unnumbered pages of plates
Isbn
9780813027739
Lccn
2004051283
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • n
Note
975.901 M227 ; P ; GE-G ; Series-adult ; GE01-06UPFL1.
Other physical details
illustrations (some color)
System control number
  • (Sirsi) o56330171
  • (Sirsi) o56330171
  • o56330171

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