The fort and bastions are built of the same material as the houses of the town, coquina.
I was down to the coquina country, a-doin'—well, I was doin' rubes.
Inwardly excited, outwardly calm, he had seated himself on the coquina wall which ran along the lagoon under the Royal Palms.
He laughed, too: "You'll pay 'em if you take my map an' go to the coquina hills," he said.
The Presbyterian church is a good, old-fashioned, well-preserved specimen of coquina walls.
The walls are built of coquina of no modern thickness, but as if designed to resist a siege.
coquina is nothing more than broken sea shells cemented together by their own lime.
Houses in St. Augustine are built of coquina rock, which is simply a mass of broken shells held together by a lime cement.
There was no second block of coquina; Walter remained standing.
Perhaps because the girl by the coquina wall was young, slim, golden haired, and Greek.