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Archaeological Assessment of Fireline Impact on Two National Register Eligible Sites (38SU51 and 38SU205) and an Archaeological Survey of Five Areas Surrounding or Within Big Bay, Poinsett Electronic Combat Weapons Range, Sumter County, South Carolina (2002)
DOCUMENT Full-Text Charles E. Cantley. John Cable. New South Associates.

In late February 2001, a wildfire burned approximately 4,000 acres of the Poinsett Electronic Combat Range. This fire was located east of Strafe Pot Road, south of Big Bay Road, and included much of the area within Big Bay. Both Strafe Pit and Big Bay roads were widened in areas within Big Bay. Both Strafe Pit and Big Bay roads were widened in areas and new firebanks were constructed in order to contain the fire. The area surrounding Big Bay represents an are containing numerous archaeological...


Archaeological Management and Investigations of Eight Sites at the Poinsett Electronic Combat Range, Sumter County, South Carolina
PROJECT US Army Corps of Engineers, Fort Worth District. Natalie P. Adams.

From March 1 to April 18, 2004, New South Associates, Inc. (NSA) conducted Phase II archaeological investigations of eight sites on the Poinsett Electronic Combat Range (PECR), Shaw Air Force Base, in Sumter County, South Carolina. This Phase II archaeological testing was conducted under subcontract with Geo-Marine, Inc., for the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Fort Worth District, and Shaw Air Force Base. This Phase II investigation focused on eight sites both prehistoric and historic. The Phase...


Cultural Resource Survey of Compartment 239 Long Cane Ranger District, Sumter National Forest (1986)
DOCUMENT Citation Only James F. Bates.

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Management Summary for Phase II Archaeological Investigations of Eight Sites at the Poinsett Electronic Combat Range, Sumter County, South Carolina (2004)
DOCUMENT Full-Text Mason W. Sheffield.

Between March 1 to April 18th, 2004, New South Associates, Inc. (NSA) conducted Phase II archaeological investigations of eight sites on the Poinsett Electronic Combat Range (PECR), Shaw Air Force Base, in Sumter County, South Carolina. This Phase II archaeological testing was conducted under subcontract with Geo-Marine, Inc., for the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Fort Worth District, and Shaw Air Force Base. The work was pursuant to the Air Force’s obligations under the National Historic...


Phase II Archaeological Investigations of Eight Sites at the Poinsett Electronic Combat Range, Sumter County, South Carolina (2005)
DOCUMENT Full-Text Brad Botwick. Mason W. Sheffield. Jennifer B. Langdale. Alvin J. Banguilan.

This Phase II archaeological study dealt with eight sites (38SU155, 38SU192, 38SU199, 38SU233, 38SU290, 38SU292, 38SU293) at the Poinsett Electronic Combat Range (PECR) of Shaw Air Force Base in Sumter County, South Carolina. The sites include one historic dwelling (38SU155) and seven prehistoric camps located in the vicinity of Big Bay. Phase II investigations at each site included systematic shovel testing followed by test unit excavations to delineate site dimensions and artifact...


Rocky Mountain Project - Additional Archaeological Survey and Testing, Rocky Mountain Pumped Storage Project Floyd County, Georgia (1979)
DOCUMENT Citation Only P. H. Garrow. J. E. Bernhardt. C. L. Watson. T. R. Wheaton, Jr.. J. Keller. G. I. Williams. S. H. Savage.

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