Remains of a ceramic vessel and shell dipper being uncovered during the University of North Florida's Sarabay Spanish Mission archaeological field school excavation on Big Talbot Island State Park - Jacksonville, Florida

Remains of a ceramic vessel and shell dipper being uncovered during the University of North Florida's Sarabay Spanish Mission archaeological field school excavation on Big Talbot Island State Park - Jacksonville, Florida

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  • Remains of a ceramic vessel and shell dipper being uncovered during the University of North Florida's Sarabay Spanish Mission archaeological field school excavation on Big Talbot Island State Park - Jacksonville, Florida

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  • PR24730

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  • 1998

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  • In Spring 1998, UNF professor Dr. Robert Thunen, Keith Ashley, and Vicki Rolland conducted an archaeological survey of the southern third of Big Talbot Island. From that survey, they identified the site of 17th century Spanish mission Sarabay (the original name of the island), which was located within a Timucuan Indian village. In June 1998, they conducted the first of several excavations at the mission site using UNF students as volunteers. The photographer, a ranger at the park, was one of those volunteers.
  • Taken on 13 May 1998.

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  • 1 photoprint - col - 6 x 4 in.

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