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Archeological Survey of the Right-Of-Way for South Carolina Electric and Gas Company's Proposed Wateree-Orangeburg 230 KV Transmission Line, South Carolina (1977)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Marion F. Smith, Jr..

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Data Recovery at 38RD628, Fort Jackson, South Carolina (2005)
DOCUMENT Full-Text Christopher Ohm Clement. Ramona M. Grunden. Amy C. Joyce.

This report details archaeological data recovery operations at site 38RD628, on McCrady Training Center, Fort Jackson, South Carolina. McCrady is used by the South Carolina National Guard (SCARNG) as its primary training site. To enhance training potential the SCARNG anticipated creating a tracked vehicle training site in the “D-First” are of McCrady. Although direct impact to 38RD628 by the creation of the training area was not anticipated,, the SCARNG recognized that tracked vehicles in...


Stylistic Elements on Thom's Creek Pottery from Spanish Mount (38CH62)
PROJECT Uploaded by: Lillian Ondus

This research concerns decorations on hand-built pottery from Spanish Mount (38CH62), a 4,000-year-old, Late Archaic period Native American shellfish mound located next to a tidal creek on Edisto Island, Charleston County, South Carolina. The people of Spanish Mount produced what archaeologists call Thom’s Creek pottery, a sand-tempered ware embellished with punctated linear and curvilinear designs. Although researchers have been studying Thom’s Creek pottery for decades, they have yet to...


Stylistic Elements on Thom's Creek Pottery from Spanish Mount (38CH62) (2017)
DATASET University of South Carolina. Karen Smith.

This research concerns decorations on hand-built pottery from Spanish Mount (38CH62), a 4,000-year-old, Late Archaic period Native American shellfish mound located next to a tidal creek on Edisto Island, Charleston County, South Carolina. The people of Spanish Mount produced what archaeologists call Thom’s Creek pottery, a sand-tempered ware embellished with punctated linear and curvilinear designs. Although researchers have been studying Thom’s Creek pottery for decades, they have yet to...


Stylistic Elements on Thom's Creek Pottery from Spanish Mount (38CH62) (2017)
DOCUMENT Full-Text Lillian Ondus.

This research concerns decorations on hand-built pottery from Spanish Mount (38CH62), a 4,000-year-old, Late Archaic period Native American shellfish mound located next to a tidal creek on Edisto Island, Charleston County, South Carolina. The people of Spanish Mount produced what archaeologists call Thom’s Creek pottery, a sand-tempered ware embellished with punctated linear and curvilinear designs. Although researchers have been studying Thom’s Creek pottery for decades, they have yet to...