Praise for the previous edition:
A] clearly written, compelling guide to the practice of professional archaeology. "e;Library Journal"e;
Conveys the complex and rigorous nature of modern archaeology, and the interesting story of Florida prehistory that it yields, in an approachable manner. "e;Southeastern Archaeology"e;
A deftly written overview of how the original inhabitants of Florida lived, and how we know how they lived. "e;Florida Times-Union"e;
With more than 75 years of field experience between the two authors, this highly regarded volume reveals how responsible archaeologists locate, excavate, and analyze sites and remains. This second edition contains new, emended, and greatly expanded chapters about recently discovered sites and the development of sophisticated technologies to record and analyze their contents more rapidly and efficiently. The volume also showcases new dating techniques and methods in excavation, preservation, and curation.
How to Do Archaeology the Right Way
University Press of Florida