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From the Publisher"In peninsular Florida, developers were already destroying sites for road fill in the late 19th-century when C. B. Moore arrived; he documented major population and ceremonial centers, mounds, and shell middens dating from Early Woodland through the contact period. Many, such as Crystal River, contained copper and other exotics, large mounds, multiple and significant components important in later archaeological syntheses. As Florida becomes covered in concrete and condos, the details of Moore's original data become more crucial." for interpreting prehistoric human cultures in Florida and their widespread socioeconomic interaction systems across the continent."
—Nancy Marie White, University of South Florida&