Dr. William R. Bullard of the Florida State Museum and this author made an archeological survey of Cumberland Island, Georgia, in June 1970, primarily to locate prehistoric Indian village sites. An extensive shell midden area displaying Spanish and historic Indian ceramics was found, and a preliminary surface collection was made. In the next several weeks more samples of surface material were secured, and from these artifacts and from physical characteristics of the site, information regarding the historic and proto-historic aboriginal occupations of the island can be derived. It seems likely that this was the site of the Timucuan village of Tacatacuru, and if so, then it was also the location of the Spanish mission of San Pedro de Mocamo.
Milanich, Jerald T.
"Tacatacuru and the San Pedro de Mocamo Mission,"
Florida Historical Quarterly: Vol. 50
, Article 7.
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