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Elliott Sugar Mill Ruins 3D Model
This model comes from collaborative research with the National Park Service’s Southeast Archeological Center (SEAC- Dr. Margo Schwadron), where we conducted a terrestrial laser scanning survey of the Elliott Sugar Mill Complex (8VO160) and Environs as part of archeological research at the Canaveral National Seashore. Schwadron and SEAC have investigated this early 18th Century British period mill site and the associated plantation landscape.
Historic sugar mill ruins and structures associated with the early Florida sugar industry are made from coquina and/or limerock and brick. All of these stone and mortar constructions are fragile, with coquina shell block construction such as this, especially vunerable to deterioration from weathering and impacts to exposed surfaces.