1997-10-01 Paperback Very Good Minor shelf wear, binding tight, pages clean and unmarked. Bahamian Archaeology is the first book devoted entirely to the study of the earliest
inhabitants of the Bahamian archipelago, which hare includes the Turks and Caicos Islands. The Lucayans, as they were know, survived for only a few years after the Spanish colonization of the Caribbean, and since then knowledge of them has been sparse, contradictory, and unsubstantiated. In this thoroughly researched text, note archaeologist Dr. William Keegan traces the Lucayans from their roots in the islands to the south, and reconstructs their settlement of the Bahamas over several centuries. Every known archaeological site is documented, many of them discovered and excavated by Dr. Keegan himself. The attest finds are correlated with the relevant archaeological and historical background to produce a fascinating picture of these industrious and organized people.
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