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Timucuan

There is further suggestion that the Tawasa of what is now northern Alabama may have spoken Timucua, but this is disputed.

Timucuan is described in multiple online sources, as addition to our editors' articles, see section below for printable documents, Timucuan books and related discussion.

Suggested Pdf Resources

Theme: Florida Lesson: Timucuan Pottery Subject Area: Social
Learn about Timucuan daily life through group dramatization Copies of a Timucuan pot for pattern design (sample located on page 9 of this lesson).
Timucuan
Timucuan. National Park Service. U.
Timucuan
Timucuan. National Park Service. U.
The Timucuan
The Timucuan. February-March 2010. Newsletter of the.
Timucuan Oaks Botanical Garden
Timucuan Oaks Botanical Garden. 4500 block of South Peninsula Drive. Located 2.

Suggested News Resources

Road Blog: Mound of mystery
More than 14000 years ago, a group of Native Americans named the "Timucuan" inhabited these parts, according to National Park Service Ranger Laura Henning. They settled on this tiny strip of land and made a factory of sorts.
Plaque Marks Timuquan Indian Mound
The Timuquan (also spelled Timucuan or Timucau) lived in Florida and Southern Georgia and were made up of various groups of American Indians that spoke one of the many dialects of the Timuquan language.
Time to tell the Jacksonville story
The marshes of the Timucuan preserve will match any in the state. And, of course, we have the St. Johns River.
Bowden: After climb to mountaintop, Lewis is now back home
Yellowstone National Park, the first woman supervisor at Glacier National Park, Chattahoochee River National Recreation Area in Atlanta and pioneering superintendent for the newly created Timucuan Ecological and Historic Preserve at Jacksonville.
Republican legislator tries to roll back Florida's septic tank crackdown
The area in the Timucuan Preserve around the Little and Big Talbot Islands was closed because the amount of fecal coliform bacteria had risen to levels that made this age-old natural food source unsafe for human consumption.

Suggested Web Resources

Timucua - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The Timucua were a Native American people who lived in Northeast and North Central Florida and southeast Georgia.
Timucuan Ecological and Historic Preserve & Fort Caroline National
May 1, 2011 Offers historical overview about the park. Park activities, camping and fees.
The Timucua
The Timucua (tee-MOO-qua) settled in central and northeastern Florida.
Kids, Timucuan Main Page
Here are some quick questions and answers about the Timucua Indians. Each page has an activity too!
Timucua Indians of Florida
TIMUCUAN TIMES. Take a time machine back. to some of the first residents of the First Coast!

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