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From 1956 to 1973, the Florida State Museum published a series, Contributions of the Florida State Museum. These short archaeological and ethnohistorical reports cover projects throughout Florida, as well as in Grenada and the Bahamas. These have been digitized and are available to read in full through the University of Florida Digital Collections.

Number 1 (1956): Excavations on Cape Haze Peninsula, Florida, by Ripley P. and Adelaide K. Bullen

Number 2 (1957): Excavations on Lower St. Johns River, Florida, by William H. Sears

Number 3 (1958): Eight Tarascan Legends, by Maurice Boyd

Number 4 (1958): The Bolen Bluff Site on Paynes Prairie, Florida, by Ripley P. Bullen

Number 5 (1959): Two Weeden Island Period Burial Mounds, Florida, by William H. Sears

Number 6 (1960): The Bayshore Homes Site, St. Petersburg, Florida, by William H. Sears

Number 7 (1961): The British Meet the Seminoles, by James W. Covington

Number 8 (1962): Indian Burials from St. Petersburg, Florida, by Charles E. Snow

Number 9 (1963): The Tucker Site on Alligator Harbor, Franklin County, Florida, by William H. Sears

Number 10 (1963): Papers on the Jungerman and Goodman Sites, Florida, by Douglas F. Jordan, Elizabeth S. Wing, and Adelaide K. Bullen

Number 11 (1964): The Archaeology of Grenada, West Indies, by Ripley P. Bullen

Number 12 (1965): A 1715 Spanish Treasure Ship, by Carl. J. Clausen

Number 13 (1965): Excavations at the Mayport Mound, Florida, by Rex. L. Wilson

Number 14 (1966): Burtine Island, Citrus County, Florida, by Ripley P. Bullen

Number 15 (1969): Excavations at Sunday Bluff, Florida, by Ripley P. Bullen

Number 16 (1970): The Palmetto Grove Site on San Salvador, Bahamas, by Charles A. Hoffman, Jr. AND Archaeological Investigations on Cat Island, Bahamas, by James C. MacLaury

Number 17 (1971): The Alachua Tradition of North-Central Florida, by Jerald T. Milanich

Number 18 (1973): Excavations on Amelia Island in Northeast Florida, by E. Thomas Hemmings and Kathleen A. Deagan