Emeritus Professor of Geography
Department of Earth Sciences, U.S.A.

 
  
 
 
 
 

 

Publications

Downloadable PDFs

Alabama Folk Houses © 1975 by Eugene M. Wilson (Original)

Conference of Latin American Geographers Merida,Yucatan-Mexico © 1987

An Analysis of Rural Buildings in the Tombigbee River Multi-Resource District, Alabama and Mississippi.pdf - Period Covering 1870-1978 (Original Photos)

The Single Pen Log House in the South.pdf

Some Similarities Between American and European Folk Houses.pdf

Cultural Resources Survey of Mobile Harbor, Alabama: A Typology of Vessels Known to Have Been Used in the Mobile Bay Region from the 16th through 20th Centuries.pdf (Enhanced Photos)

Geomorphology of Southwest Alabama.pdf

Moss Point, Mississippi Historical Sketch and Dedication, May 29, 1955.pdf

Snapshots of AfricaTown and The Clotilda’s Last Voyage.pdf

Architectural Reconnaissance of Part of Africa Town.pdf

Handwritten Notes on the History of Gulf Coast Piney Woods.pdf

Additional 8 pages of handwritten notes on the History of Gulf Coast Piney Woods.pdf

Geological Survey of Piney Woods for an “Alabama Motorsports” park.pdf

Geologic Survey of Alabama and Pen Log Houses Data.pdf

Geologic and Geographic Research Design Concepts of Alabama and Vicinity (Includes Artifact Density Threshold.pdf (author not listed)

Towns Along the Track: Odyssey Fieldtrip from Mobile to Citronelle.pdf

Archeological Protection Laws of Alabama.pdf (author not listed)

Archeological Preservation Committee Meeting Agenda-1986.pdf

Minutes of Archeological Preservation Committee Meeting Agenda-1986.pdf

 

 

 

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Latin Americanist Geographers Mexico 1987

 

 

 

 

 

 


 

Other Publications

Short Form

An Analysis of Rural Buildings in the Tombigbee River Multi-Resource District, Alabama and Mississippi. Mobile, Ala.; National Park Service and U.S. Corps of Engineers, 1982.


A Guide to Rural Houses of Alabama. Montgomery, Ala.; Alabama Historical Commission, 1975.


A Sketch of the Upper Tombigbee Valley. Mobile, Ala.; National Service and U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, 1983.

Historical Geography of the Upper Tombigbee Valley. University, Ala.; The Center for the Study of Southern History and Culture, 1982.

Biography

The American Backwoods Frontier: An Ethnic and Ecological Interpretation

The Relationship Between “Volcanic Ash” SAK LU’UM Palykorskite in Northern Yucatan Maya Ceramics

Citations

Peripheral Visions: Politics, Society, and the Challenges of Modernity in Yucatan

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About Dr. Wilson

“Since the 1960’s he has walked, driven over, flown over and even climbed under the limestone surface of the Yucatan Peninsula. His research in Yucatan and other areas led to numerous publications and papers. Dr. Wilson has also served as a consultant on many occasions particularly when surveying and mapping were required. In fact, he continued his consulting practice well into his retirement with an emphasis on environmental impact studies.”

– Dr. Aaron Williams
University of South Alabama