Social Dimensions of Evolutionary Research: Discovering Native American History in Colonial Southeastern U.S.

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Beginning in the late sixteenth century, a series of Spanish missions was built in coastal Georgia and northern Florida. These missions were designed to convert and “civilize” the indigenous peoples of the region and establish a Spanish presence in the southeastern United States. The colony was not a success, and the missions were destroyed by the English… (More)
DOI: 10.1007/s12052-011-0331-8

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