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The Florida Anthropologist is published by the Florida Anthropological Society, Inc.  It serves as a place to publish peer reviewed research papers, and articles of interest relating to Florida archaeology and anthropology.  Articles include text, figures, photos, tables, and references.  Subscription is by membership in the Society.  Membership is NOT restricted to residents of the State of Florida nor to the United States of America. Copies of the journal will only be sent to members with current paid dues.    EMAIL SUBMISSIONS TO THE EDITOR, GEORGE M. LUER, PH.D. Please first download and follow THIS STYLE GUIDE  


Below are links to past issues from 1948 – 2019. For access to read 2020 – present, you need to be provided with a link and password, as these issues are available to current FAS members only. JOIN TODAY! 

READ PAST ISSUES OF THE FLORIDA ANTHROPOLOGIST

VOLUMES 1-19

Volume 1 (1948)
Numbers 1-2 (May)
Numbers 3-4 (November)

Volume 2 (1949)
Numbers 1-2 (May)
Numbers 3-4 (November)

Volume 3 (1950)
Numbers 1-2 (May)
Numbers 3-4 (November)

Volume 4 (1951)
Numbers 1-2 (May)
Numbers 3-4 (November)

Volume 5 (1952)
Numbers 1-2 (June)
Numbers 3-4 (December)

Volume 6 (1953)
Number 1 (March)
Number 2 (July)
Number 3 (September)
Number 4 (December)

Volume 7 (1954)
Number 1 (March)
Number 2 (May)
Number 3 (September)
Number 4 (December)

Volume 8 (1955)
Number 1 (March)
Number 2 (June)
Number 3 (September)
Number 4 (December)

Volume 9 (1956)
Number 1 (March)
Number 2 (June)
Numbers 3-4 (December)

Volume 10 (1957)
Numbers 1-2 (July)
Numbers 3-4 (November)

Volume 11 (1958)
Number 1 (February)
Number 2 (June)
Number 3 (September)
Number 4 (December)

Volume 12 (1959)
Number 1 (March)
Number 2 (June)
Number 3 (September)
Number 4 (December)

Volume 13 (1960)
Number 1 (March)
Numbers 2-3 (September)
Number 4 (December)

Volume 14 (1961)
Numbers 1-2 (March-June)
Numbers 3-4 (September-December)

Volume 15 (1962)
Number 1 (March)
Number 2 (June)
Number 3 (September)
Number 4 (December)

Volume 16 (1963)
Number 1 (March)
Number 2 (June)
Number 3 (September)
Number 4 (December)

Volume 17 (1964)
Number 1 (March)
Number 2 (June)
Number 3 (September)
Number 4 (December)

Volume 18 (1965)
Number 1 (March)
Number 2 (June)
Number 3 (September) Pt. 1
Number 3 (September) Pt.2
Number 4 (December)

Volume 19 (1966)
Number 1 (April)
Numbers 2-3 (June-September)
Number 4 (December)

VOLUMES 20-35

Volume 20 (1967)
Numbers 1-2 (March-June)
Numbers 3-4 (September-December)

Volume 21 (1968)
Number 1 (March)
Numbers 2-3 (June-September)
Number 4 (December)

Volume 22 (1969)
Numbers 1-4 (March-December)

Volume 23 (1970)
Number 1 (March)
Number 2 (June)
Number 3 (September)
Number 4 (December)

Volume 24 (1971)
Number 1 (March)
Number 2 (June)
Number 3 (September)
Number 4 (December)

Volume 25 (1972)
Number 1 (March)
Number 2 (June) Pt. 1
Number 2 (June) Pt. 2
Number 3 (September)
Number 4 (December)

Volume 26 (1973)
Number 1 (March)
Number 2 (June)
Number 3 (September)
Number 4 (December)

Volume 27 (1974)
Number 1 (March)
Number 2 (June)
Number 3 (September)
Number 4 (December)

Volume 28 (1975)
Number 1 (March)
Number 2 (June)
Number 3 (September) Pt. 1
Number 3 (September) Pt. 2
Number 4 (December)

Volume 29 (1976)
Number 1 (March)
Number 2 (June) Pt. 1
Number 2 (June) Pt. 2
Number 3 (September)
Number 4 (December)

Volume 30 (1977)
Number 1 (March)
Number 2 (June)
Number 3 (September)
Number 4 (December)

Volume 31 (1978)
Number 1 (March)
Number 2 (June) Pt. 1
Number 2 (June) Pt. 2
Number 3 (September)
Number 4 (December) Pt. 1
Number 4 (December) Pt. 2

Volume 32 (1979)
Number 1 (March)
Number 2 (June)
Number 3 (September)
Number 4 (December)

Volume 33 (1980)
Number 1 (March)
Number 2 (June)
Number 3 (September)
Number 4 (December)

Volume 34 (1981)
Number 1 (March)
Number 2 (June)
Number 3 (September)
Number 4 (December)

Volume 35 (1982)
Number 1 (March)
Number 2 (June)
Number 3 (September)
Number 4 (December)

VOLUMES 36-52

Volume 36 (1983)
Numbers 1-2 (March-June)
Numbers 3-4 (September-December)

Volume 37 (1984)
Number 1 (Spring 1984)
Number 2 (June)
Number 3 (September)
Number 4 (December)

Volume 38 (1985)
Numbers 1-2 (March-June) Pt. 1
Numbers 1-2 (July) Pt. 2
Number 3 (September)
Number 4 (December)

Volume 39 (1986)
Numbers 1-2 (March-June)
Number 3 (July) Pt.1
Number 3 (September) Pt.2
Number 4 (December)

Volume 40 (1987)
Number 1 (March)
Number 2 (June)
Number 3 (September)
Number 4 (December)

Volume 41 (1988)
Number 1 (March)
Number 2 (June)
Number 3 (September)
Number 4 (December)

Volume 42 (1989)
Number 1 (March)
Number 2 (June)
Number 3 (September)
Number 4 (December)

Volume 43 (1990)
Number 1 (March)
Number 2 (June)
Number 3 (September)
Number 4 (December)

Volume 44 (1991)
Number 1 (March)
Numbers 2-4 (June-December)

Volume 45 (1992)
Number 1 (March)
Number 2 (June)
Number 3 (September)
Number 4 (December)

Volume 46 (1993)
Number 1 (March)
Number 2 (June)
Number 3 (September)
Number 4 (December)

Volume 47 (1994)
Number 1 (March)
Number 2 (June)
Number 3 (September)
Number 4 (December)

Volume 48 (1995)
Number 1 (March)
Number 2 (June)
Number 3 (September)
Number 4 (December)

Volume 49 (1996)
Number 1 (March)
Number 2 (June)
Number 3 (September)
Numbers 4 (December)

Volume 50 (1997)
Number 1 (March)
Number 2 (June)
Number 3 (September)
Number 4 (December)

Volume 51 (1998)
Number 1 (March)
Number 2 (June)
Number 3 (September)
Number 4 (December)

Volume 52 (1999)
Numbers 1-2 (March-June)
Number 3 (September)
Number 4 (December)
Number 14 (February)

VOLUMES 53-72

Volume 53 (2000)
Number 1 (March)
Numbers 2-3 (June-September)
Number 4 (December)

Volume 54 (2001)
Number 1 (March)
Number 2 (June)
Numbers 3-4 (September-December)

Volume 55 (2002)
Number 1 (March)
Number 2 (June)
Numbers 3-4 (September-December)

Volume 56 (2003)
Number 1 (March)
Number 2 (June)
Number 3 (September)
Number 4 (December)

Volume 57 (2004)
Numbers 1-2 (March-June)
Number 3 (September)
Number 4 (December)

Volume 58 (2005)
Numbers 1-2 (March-June)
Numbers 3-4 (September-December)

Volume 59 (2006)
Number 1 (March)
Number 2 (June)
Numbers 3-4 (September-December)

Volume 60 (2007)
Number 1 (March)
Numbers 2-3 (June-September)
Number 4 (December)

Volume 61 (2008)
Numbers 1-2 (March-June)
Numbers 3-4 (September-December)

Volume 62 (2009)
Numbers 1-2 (March-June)
Numbers 3-4 (September-December)

Volume 63 (2010)
Number 1 (March)
Number 2 (June)
Number 3-4 (September-December)

Volume 64 (2011)
Number 1 (March)
Number 2 (June)
Number 3-4 (September-December)

Volume 65 (2012)
Number 1-2 (March-June)
Number 3 (September)
Number 4 (December)

Volume 66 (2013)
Number 1-2 (March-June)
Number 3 (September)
Number 4 (December)

Volume 67 (2014)
Number 1 (March)
Number 2-3 (June-September)
Number 4 (December)

Volume 68 (2015)
Number 1-2 (March-June)
Number 3-4 (September-December)

Volume 69 (2016)
Number 1 (March)
Numbers 2-3 (June-September)
Number 4 (December)

Volume 70 (2017)
Number 1-2 (March-June)
Number 3 (September)
Number 4 (December)

Volume 71 (2018, printed in 2019)
Number 1 (February)
Number 2 (May)
Number 3-4 (December)

Volume 72 (2019)
Number 1 (March)
Number 2 (June)
Number 3 (September)
Number 4 (December)

SPECIAL PUBLICATIONS TO ACCESS FOR FREE

Below is the list of FASPs and their associated URLs

FASP #1: 1949 Two Archeological Sites in Brevard County: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/AA00066142/00001
FASP #2: 1950 The Safety Harbor Site, Pinellas County: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/AA00066143/00001
FASP #3 1951 The Terra Ceia Site, Manatee County: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/AA00066144/00001
FASP #4 1956 The European and the Indian: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/AA00066096/00001
FASP # 5 1958 Florida Anthropology: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/AA00065677/00001
FASP # 6 1972 Fiber Tempered Pottery in Southeastern United States and Northern Columbia: Its Origins, Context and Significance: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00027829/00234
FASP #7 1975 Florida Spring Confirmed as 10,000 Year Old Early Man Site (1975 No 3 Pt. 2):
http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00027829/00235
FASP # 8 1976: The Palmer Site: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00027829/00060/2j
FASP # 9 1978: The Canton Street Site: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00027829/00236
FASP #10 1978: Tick Island Site, St John’s River, Florida: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00027829/00071/2j
FASP #11 1985: NW Florida and Borderlands: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00027829/00007/1j
FASP #12 1986: Shells and Archaeology in Southern Florida
(The Florida Anthropologist Vol. 39 Part 3 No 1): http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00027829/00021/2j
FASP #13 1987: Hontoon Island (The Florida Anthropologist Vol. 40 No 1):
http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00027829/00036
FASP#14 1999: Maritime Archaeology of Lemon Bay, Florida: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00027829/00237

FASP Editions to Purchase

FASP #15 (2002) The Archaeology of Upper Charlotte Harbor
by George M. Luer

PURCHASE NOW  $25.00

FASP # 16 (2006) Knife and Hammer
by Robert Austin

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FASP #17 (2014) Big Mound Key Near Charlotte Harbor
by George M. Luer

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OUR NEWSLETTER

The FAS Newsletter is published quarterly. Brief articles, chapter news, and other items of interest are welcome for submission. Deadlines for newsletter submissions are the 10th day of the months December, March, June, and September.  Contact the Newsletter Editor, Laura Dean

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Shadows and Reflections:
Florida’s Lost People

© 1998 by Florida Anthropological Society and the Florida Department of State Division of Historical Resources. Produced by Chaos Productions. Length: 28 min

Before Spanish explorers arrived 500 years ago, Florida was home to a variety of sophisticated and colorful native societies, including diverse groups such as the Calusa, Apalachee, Timucua, and Tequesta. In this film, artist Ted Morris follows his quest to recreate on canvas the lives and spirits of these vanished people. Archaeological evidence from the land and from below the clear waters combines with facial reconstructions and early historical accounts to paint a fascinating picture of people in tune with the subtropical environment.

Florida Native American Heritage Trail

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by Florida Department of State,
Division of Historical Resources
and Presented by Trail of Florida’s Indian Heritage

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