Aiken County (Geographic Keyword)

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Archaeological and Architectural Survey of the Proposed Camp Long Substation, Aiken County, South Carolina (2000)
DOCUMENT Full-Text Michael Trinkley.

"This study reports on an intensive archaeological and architectural survey of a 2 acre electrical substation in the north central portion of Aiken County, South Carolina. The work was conducted to assist Central Electric Power Cooperative comply with Section 106 of the National Historic Preservation Act and the regulations codified in 36CFR800."


Archaeological and Historic Architectural Reconnaissance of the Proposed Improvements to the US 1/5th Street Interchange, Aiken County (2006)
DOCUMENT Full-Text Bonnie Frick. Wayne Roberts.

"The Department proposes to add additional travel lanes to the US 1/5th Street Interchange in North Augusta to facilitate traffic movement onto US 1. A new travel lane will be added south of the US 1 bridge. Approximately 100 feet of new right-of-way will be acquired for an approximate distance of 400 feet. A new travel lane will be added just south ofthe previous US 1 bridge within the Department's existing right-of-way."


Archaeological Data Recovery at Riverfront Village (38AK933): A Mississippian/Contact Period Occupation (2013)
DOCUMENT Full-Text Thomas Whitley. Jana Futch. Kandice D. Hollenbach. Jon Marcoux. Kim Wescott. Maggie Needham. Jessica Allgood.

"In 2004, Brockington and Associates, Inc. (Brockington) was asked by the South Carolina Department of Transportation (SCDOT) to carry out Phase II Testing for the Georgia Avenue Extension Project (GAEP) in North Augusta. The GAEP was an undertaking that entailed design and construction of new roadway associated with the City of North Augusta’s planned riverfront revitalization. More than one year earlier, the city teamed with the Leyland Alliance (a private development partnership) to design...


Archaeological Field Report of 8-5/S-1453 Intersection Improvements and Widening of S-5 (2009)
DOCUMENT Full-Text Chad C. Long.

"The Department proposes to widen the existing two-lane ditch section of S-5 to accommodate the addition of a turn lane at the truck entrance to Kimberly Clark in Aiken County, South Carolina (Figure 1). The project is approximately 0.5 mile in length. Existing right-of-way is 66 feet. Proposed new right-of-way ranges from 90 to 110 feet along the length ofS-5. However, 90 feet ofnew right-of-way will be acquired along the east side of S-5 (Sta 21 + 66.83) where a culvert extension is proposed."


Archaeological Field Report of Bridge Replacement over Dean Creek, Aiken County (1986)
DOCUMENT Full-Text Olga M. Caballero.

"Bridge Replacement. The existing 27' by 16' all timber bridge built in 1950 will be replaced on the same location by a 45' by 26' concrete bridge."


Archaeological Field Report of I-20/S.C. 230 Interchange Improvements, Aiken County (1986)
DOCUMENT Full-Text Olga M. Caballero.

"The project involves the construction of two new entrance ramps and the relocation of one frontage road at the I-20/S-230 Interchange."


Archaeological Field Report of I-20/S.C. 230 Interchange Improvements, Aiken County Update (1987)
DOCUMENT Full-Text Wayne D. Roberts.

"Additional design of this project resulted in the proposed relocation of a second frontage road. The frontage road/S.C. 230 intersection will be moved approximately 165 feet south, making the relocation of a 700 foot section of the frontage road necessary."


Archaeological Field Report of S-21 Bridge Replacement, Aiken County (1989)
DOCUMENT Full-Text Wayne D. Roberts.

"The project involves the replacement of the S-21 bridge over the South Fork of the Edisto River on the same location. The bridge is a creosote timber and concrete structure built in 1952. Previous investigations involved a 7x500 foot area of new right of way in the northwest quadrant of the project. Design modifications call for additional right of way strips of 25x300 feet and 7x150 feet in the southeast quadrant of the project."


Archaeological Field Report of S.C. 302/4 Intersection Improvement Project, Aiken County (1998)
DOCUMENT Full-Text Wayne D. Roberts.

"The Department proposes to improve the S. C. 302/4 intersection by moving the alignment of S. C. 302 approximately 200 meters to the southeast resulting in a crossroads intersection of S. C. 302 and S-53 with S. C. 4. This will improve safety and slight distance for the intersection."


Archaeological Field Report of the S-74/S-19 Bridge Replacement, Aiken County (1995)
DOCUMENT Full-Text Charles J. Rinehart.

"The project involved the replacement of the existing bridge with a reinforced concrete flat slab bridge. The parcel of new right-of-way measure 335 feet long by 42 feet."


An Archaeological Inventory Survey for the Horse Creek Secondary Interceptors Phase I Development, Aiken Tech Trunk Line, Aiken County South Carolina (1985)
DOCUMENT Full-Text Debra K. Martin.

"An archaeological survey and associated research were conducted by Carolina Archaeological Services for Aiken County Public Service Authority's Horse Creek Interceptor, one of a series of secondary trunk lines associated with the Aiken Tech facilities upgrade. The Horse Creek valley is located near Aiken (Aiken County), South Carolina. The field assessments were conducted over a period of two days from June 4 -5, 1985, under contract with Aiken County Public Service Authority. This survey was...


Archaeological Inventory Survey of Pole Branch and Southwest Interceptors, Aiken County, South Carolina (1987)
DOCUMENT Full-Text Debra K. Martin. Lesley M. Drucker.

"As a part of its contract activities, CAS conducted historical research, examined state archaeological site records and environmental data, and consulted with state personnel to determine the number and types of historical properties and Cultural features which have been previously documented in the study area (S. C. Institute of Archaeology and Anthropology; S. C. Department of Archives and History; University of South Carolina Map Library). The results of this literature search indicated that...


Archaeological Investigation of Proposed Borrow Pit (1987)
DOCUMENT Full-Text Olga M. Caballero.

"The proposed pit is located in the southwestern quadrant of the intersection of S.C. Route 230 (Martintown Road) and S-309 (Bunting Road), within the boundaries of the city of North Augusta. The area consists of a sloping piney wood with a few small hardwood saplings and a moderately dense understory of vines and brambles. It measures approximately 400 by 400 feet (3.6 acres).


Archaeological Investigation of Proposed Borrow Pit (1987)
DOCUMENT Full-Text Wayne D. Roberts.

"The proposed pit is on the edge of a ridgetop overlooking Shaws Creek. Elevation is approximately 450 feet."


Archaeological Investigation of Proposed Borrow Pit (1988)
DOCUMENT Full-Text Olga M. Caballero.

"The proposed pit is located south of S.C. 302 at the juncture of S-81 and S.C. 302, about 2.5 miles southwest of the Aiken city boundary. The pit measures approximately 200 by 700 feet (3.2 acres) and consists of a fallow pasture located on a sloping hillside."


Archaeological Investigation of Proposed Borrow Pit (1982)
DOCUMENT Full-Text Michael Trinkley.

"(Proposed Borrow) Pit area is situated on a sand ridge overlooking Bradley Mill Branch."


Archaeological Investigation of Proposed Borrow Pit, Aiken County (1990)
DOCUMENT Full-Text Wayne D. Roberts.

"The borrow pit is located along U.S. 278/S.C. 125 approximately 1.7 miles southwest of the town of Clearwater."


Archaeological Investigation of Proposed Borrow Pit, Aiken County (1992)
DOCUMENT Full-Text Kenneth F. Styer.

"The proposed pit is approximately 2.2 acres of sloping ridge finger west of S-230. The pit is bounded on the north by a flagged property line, on the south by a length of chain link fence that encloses a warehouse, on the east bv an existing pit and in the west bv flagging."


Archaeological Investigation of Proposed Relocation of the Bridge (Hick's Bridge) over Bulls Branch on a County Road Between U.S. 1 and S-1725, Aiken County (1985)
DOCUMENT Full-Text Olga M. Caballero.

"An archaeological survey of the above mentioned project was conducted by the Department's Staff Archaeologist on August 29, 1985. The project is located on an unpaved county road approximately 13 miles northeast of the City of Aiken, and 2.5 miles north of the intersection of the county road and U.S. 1 (see Figure 1). The project would involve replacing the currently washed out timber bridge with a new structure at a new location approximately 340 feet upstream (see Figure 1). The new bridge...


Archaeological Investigation of the Proposed S-87 Bridge Replacement, Lexington and Aiken Counties. (1982)
DOCUMENT Full-Text Michael Trinkley.

"An archaeological investigation of the above referenced project was conducted by the Department's Staff Archaeologist on October 21, 1982. The proposal involves a relocation of S-87, the construction of an 88-foot wide box culvert in the wetlands of Chinquapin Creek, and the channelization of the creek. The proposed S-87 road relocation is situated about 50 feet north of the existing road (upstream) for a distance of 400 feet. The new channel for Chinquapin Creek would be excavated about 50...


Archaeological Investigations of Georgia Department of Transportation Project #RR-0001-01(001), The Augusta Railroad Demonstration Project, Richmond County, Georgia and Aiken County, South Carolina (1979)
DOCUMENT Full-Text Wiliam R. Bowen.

"This report describes the archaeological investigations of the Augusta Railroad Demonstration Project (GDOT Project #RR-0001-Ol(OOl)) in Richmond County, Georgia, and Aiken County, South Carol ina. Project, environmental, historical, and archaeological backgrounds are given and the archaeological research design, describing purpose and methodology, is set forth. Survey results are described and interpreted and National Register determination requests are made and mitigation discussed. The...


Archaeological Investigations of Proposed Exit Ramp and Frontage Road Relocations, Aiken County (1986)
DOCUMENT Full-Text Olga Caballero.

"The purpose of this study was to identify any archaeological or historical sites which might be affected by the proposed undertaking. The survey was conducted on March 28 and 31, 1986 and all aspects of this investigation were conducted by the author."


An Archaeological Reconnaissance Survey of Four Areas Within the Proposed North Augusta Golf Course Development Phase I, Aiken County, South Carolina (1997)
DOCUMENT Full-Text Rick R. Richardson.

"On April 19, 1997, a reconnaissance level archaeological survey was conducted in four areas of the proposed North Augusta Golf Course Development Phase I. The survey was conducted in compliance with Section 106 of the National Historic Preservation Act of 1966 and amendments thereto. While no evidence of archaeological sites or deposits was noted within the limited project area, intact subsurface features or deposits were noted immediately adjacent to the project limits."


Archaeological Survey of the Proposed Western Aiken Connector (1978)
DOCUMENT Full-Text Michael Trinkley.

"The archaeologieal survey of the Western Aiken Connector was completed on January 31, after one and half days of investigation. No archaeological sites were discovered within the proposed right-of-way..."


Archaeological Survey of the RSR Corporation Facility Area Tract, Aiken County, South Carolina (1993)
DOCUMENT Full-Text Michael. Trinkley. Natalie Adams.

"This study represents a preliminary historical and intensive archaeological survey of the 440 acre RSR Corporation tract near the town of Montmorenci in Aiken County. The primary purpose of this investigation is to identify and assess the archaeological remains present in the tract, although secondary goals are to examine the relationship between prehistoric and historic settlement patterns and water sources. As a result of this work nine archaeological sites were identified, primarily...