St. Catherines is the story of how a team of
archaeologists found the lost sixteenth-century Spanish mission of
Santa Catalina de Guale on the coastal Georgia island now known as
St. Catherines. The discovery of mission Santa Catalina has
contributed significantly to knowledge about early inhabitants of
the island and about the Spanish presence in Georgia nearly two
centuries before the arrival of British colonists.
Subjects: History, Archaeology
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