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Life and Death in Seventeenth Century St. Augustine

Bushnell, Amy
1982 The King's Coffer: Proprietors of the Spanish Florida Treasury 1565-1702. Gainesville: University Press of Florida.

The most comprehensive historical study to date of life in seventeenth century St. Augustine.

Bushnell, Amy
1984 The noble and loyal city, 1565 1688. in The Oldest City edited by J. Waterbury. St. Augustine Historical Society, St. Augustine. pp. 57 91.

A lively and non-technical, but scholarly treatment of this crucial period in St. Augustine's history.

Bushnell, Amy
1996 Republic of Spaniards, Republic of Indians. in The New History of Florida. edited by M. Gannon. Gainesville: University Press of Florida. pp. 62-77.

Spanish policy toward the Florida Indians during the seventeenth century is explained, and the interactions among Spaniards and Indians during the period are discussed in this very readable article.

Hann, John
1988 Apalachee counterfeiters in St. Augustine. Florida Historical Quarterly 67:52-68.

A fascinating study of a court case addressing charges of counterfeiting and other crimes against two Apalachee Indians in St. Augustine.

Hoffman, Kathleen
1994 The development of a cultural identity in colonial America: The Spanish-American
experience in La Florida. Unpublished Ph.D. dissertation, Department of Anthropology, University of Florida, Gainesville.

This is the most comprehensive treatment of life in seventeenth century St. Augustine from an archaeological perspective. Although unpublished, it can be obtained through interlibrary loan from the University of Florida Library.

Koch, Joan

1983 Mortuary Behavior Patterning in Colonial St Augustine. In Deagan, K. Spanish St. Augustine pp. 187-231.