In this photo taken May 31, 2011, University of Florida researcher Gifford Waters displays a piece of Native American pottery, which the Spanish mixed with tabby to construct the 17th-century church in St. Augustine. The structure measures at least 90-by-40 feet, making it one of the largest churches in colonial Spanish Florida and the only mission church made of stone.
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