Little Salt Spring
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Price Parker B. Wellspring of clues about our past dries up as lack of money puts a halt to exploration. Fort Myers News-Press, p.1D; 30 December 1984.
Martin K. A Matter of Time. Scientists Get a Muddy Look at the Past. Sarasota Herald Tribune, p.14 A; March 14, 1990.
Allen, E. Students fond 9,000-years-old leaves. University of Miami group excavating at Little Salt Spring, North Port Sun, p.1; 14 June 1998.
Merzer, M. The first Floridians? Finding of human remains and artifacts point to habitation 12,000 years ago, Miami Herald, p. 1A; 28 May 2000.
O’matz, M. 12,000 years of history under threat. Experts fear enchroaching development could harm spring’s special chemistry. Fort Lauderdale Sun-Sentinel, p.1A; 5 June 2000.
Cocking, S. Underwater time capsule. UM Students dive into archeological wonder of Little Salt Spring. Miami Herald; June 20, 2000.
Anonymous. Sinkhole provides glimpse of first Floridians. Veritas, p.3; September 2000.
Anonymous. Little Salt Spring Unearthed. North Port Sun, p.16; October 24, 2004.
McDaniel, M. Historical site needs protection. Little Salt Spring yields artifacts. North Port Sun, p.1. Oct 24, 2004.
Anonymous. History in the making. North Port Herald, p.14; November 3, 2004.
Anonymous. Archeology Park in City’s Future. North Port Sun, p.1; Nov 7, 2004.
McDaniel, M. Little Salt Spring reveals secrets of history. North Port Sun, p. 1; Nov 14, 2004.
Babiarz, L. County seeks to buy ancient site. Six lots in North Port contain relics left by Archaic Indians. Sarasota Herald-Tribune, p.1B; December 3, 2005.
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Capek, E. Treasures hidden beneath. Discovery made at Little Salt Spring. Englewood Sun, p.1; August 15, 2007.
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Gifford, John A. and Koski, Steven H., An Incised Antler Artifact From Little Salt Spring (8SO18) The Florida Anthropologist, 64 (2011): 47-51.
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Gifford, J.A. Mapping Shipwreck Sites by Digital Stereovideogrammetry. Underwater Archaeology Proceedings, (1997): 9-16.
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Alvarez Zarikian C.A., Swart, P.K., Gifford, J.A., Blackwelder, P.L.Holocene paleohydrology of Little Salt Spring, Florida, based on ostracod assemblages and stable isotopes. Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology, 225: 134-156; 2005b.
Wentz, R., Gifford, J. A. Florida's deep past: the bioarchaeology of Little Salt Spring (8So18) and its place among mortuary ponds of the Archaic. Southeastern Archaeology, 26(2): 330-337; 2007.
Mavrick, Christine An Assessment of Waterlogged Wood Conservation Techniques for Little Salt Spring (8SO18): an Archaic Mortuary Pond. M.A. Thesis, Department of Anthropology, Univ. of West Florida (2010), 84 pp.