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Archaeological Data Recovery at Riverfront Village (38AK933): A Mississippian/Contact Period Occupation (2013)

DOCUMENT [ID: 391379] 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 Inventory Survey of Pole Branch and Southwest Interceptors, Aiken County, South Carolina (1987)

DOCUMENT [ID: 391604] 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 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 [ID: 391659] 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 [ID: 391394] 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."


Archaeological Monitoring of Erosion Control Activities at 38SA1, Saluda County, South Carolina (2005)

DOCUMENT [ID: 391288] Carol Poplin.

"In November 2004, an Archaeologist from Brockington and Associates, Inc., observed shore stabilization activities at 38SA1, to document any disturbed cultural deposits. The plan for stabilization proposed by Dyck and Bailey (2004) was used as an outline for activities. Minor changes to the plan were implemented that were less intrusive that those proposed in Dyck and Bailey (2004)."


An Archaeological Reconnaissance Survey of Four Areas Within the Proposed North Augusta Golf Course Development Phase I, Aiken County, South Carolina (1997)

DOCUMENT [ID: 391665] 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 RSR Corporation Facility Area Tract, Aiken County, South Carolina (1993)

DOCUMENT [ID: 391620] 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...


Archaeological Survey of the S-270 Bridge Relocation over Jordan Creek, Aiken County (1978)

DOCUMENT [ID: 391385] Michael Trinkley.

"An archaeological survey of the S-270 bridge relocation, 2.3 miles northwest of Salley in Aiken County, was completed on March 21. One archaeological site was found within the proposed corridor, but is so badly disturbed that no salvage or additional data recovery seems worthwhile."


Architectural Survey of the Proposed Williston Bypass, Barwell County, South Carolina, And Archaeological Survey of the Proposed U.S. 78 Improvements, Aiken to Elko, Aiken and Barnwell Counties, South Carolina (1995)

DOCUMENT [ID: 391647] C.S. Butler. M. Virginia Markham.

"This study was carried out as part of planning for improvement of Highway U.S. 78 in Aiken and Barnwell Counties. The report describes results of background and archival history research, intensive architectural resources and archaeological survey. Much of the archival research relating to the Williston area was previously conducted in 1992 and included the study by Butler and Poplin (1992b). The archival research included a review of the National Register of Historic Places (NRHP) listings...


Background and Archival Research for U.S. Highay 78 Improvemetns Aiken to Elko, South Carolina (1992)

DOCUMENT [ID: 391644] Scott Butler. Eric C. Poplin.

"This report presents the results of cultural resource, background, and archival research conducted for the proposed improvements to U•S. 78 between Aiken, Aiken County and Elko, Barnwell County. This research was carried out to indicate the potential for the occurrence of archaeological sites within and near possible construction areas and to provide a context for evaluation of archaeological sites and historic buildings expected to be recorded in future studies of provisionally selected...


Bridge Replacement on S.C. Route 302/4 at Shaws Creek, ·Aiken County (1986)

DOCUMENT [ID: 391393] Wayne D. Roberts.

"The South Carolina Department of Highways and Public Transportation has proposed to replace the bridge on a downstream location of Shaws Creek on South Carolina Route 302/4 (Figure 1). The roadway on the eastern side of the creek will be relocated approximately 100 feet to the south to improve the curve on the existing highway. The roadway on the western side of the creek will be relocated approximately 50 feet to the south."


Cultural Resources Reconnaissance Survey of Approximately 1600 Acres at the Pine Tree Tract, Aiken County, South Carolina (2005)

DOCUMENT [ID: 391759] Ian K. deNeeve.

"On March 21-24,2005, TRC conducted a reconnaissance level cultural resource survey of the l600-acre Pine Tree tract located approximately one mile northwest of the community of Vaucluse in Aiken County (Figure 1). This work was done on behalf of S&ME, Inc."


Cultural Resources Survey of Proposed Hammond's Ferry Soccer Complex, Aiken County, South Carolina (2004)

DOCUMENT [ID: 391589] Lesley M. Drucker. William B. Barr.

"In response to continuing population growth, the City of North Augusta is expanding its recreational fadlities with construction of the Hammond's Ferry Soccer Complex near Savannah River (Rgs. 1, 2). Property acquisition for the project was funded by a grant from SC Department of Parks, Recreation and Tourism (SC-PRT), with developnent to be mmpleted using federal and state funding, induding the Land and Water Conservation Fund and local sales tax funds. In May 2004, the City of...


Cultural Resources Survey of proposed improvements at U.S. 25 and Walnut Lane (2009)

DOCUMENT [ID: 391522] Andrea Adams.

"The purpose of the proposed project is to improve the operating conditions at the intersection of Walnut Lane at U.S. 25, including the entrance to the "Sweetwater" development, located in Aiken County, SC (Figures I and 2). The existing Walnut LanelU.S. 25 intersection is a stop controlled, three-way, T-type intersection. U.S. 25 in the vicinity of Walnut Lane is a five-lane roadway with a center tum lane. Approaching U.S. 25, Walnut Lane is a two-lane roadway."


Cultural Resources Survey of the Coleman Bridge Road (S-152) Paving Project, Aiken County (2007)

DOCUMENT [ID: 391518] Chad Long.

"The Department proposes to construct a two-lane, paved ditch section on S-152 (Coleman Bridge Road) between Quattlebaum Road and just east of Cedar Creek in Aiken County. The project will require 33 feet of new right-of-way on each side of the centerline. Variable slope permissions (67' max.) will also be required for grading and bank stabilization activities. The purpose of the project is to improve the road and connect the existing paved sections on S-152."


Cultural Resources Survey of the North Augusta Greeneway, Aiken County, South Carolina (2002)

DOCUMENT [ID: 391634] Michael Trinkley. Nicole Southerland.

"This study reports on an intensive cultural resources survey of a 33 acre tract in the western portion of Aiken County, in the town of North Augusta, South Carolina. The work, conducted for Mr. Skip Grkovic of the City of North Augusta, is meant to assist the client in complying with Section 106 of the National Historic Preservation Act and the regulations codified in 36CFR800. The tract is to be used by the City of North Augusta for the construction of an extension of the North Augusta...


Cultural Resources Survey of the Proposed Wells Crossroad to Holly Hill Reach Water Transmission Mains (2011)

DOCUMENT [ID: 391280] Meg Moughan. Michael Walsh.

"Archaeological survey through surface inspection and systematic shovel testing at 30-meter intervals identified six sites (38OR331, 38OR332, 38OR333, 38OR334, 38OR335, and 38OR336) and one isolated find. Five of these sites contain remnants of nineteenth- to twentieth-century farmsteads or tenant farms. One site contains Pre-Contact ceramic and lithic artifacts. We recommend all of these sites and the isolated find not eligible for the National Register of Historic Places (NRHP). We also...


Cultural Resources Survey of the Proposed Wells Crossroad to Holly Hill Reach Water Transmission Mains (2012)

DOCUMENT [ID: 391284] Meg Moughan. Michael Walsh.

"Archaeological survey through surface inspection and systematic shovel testing at 30-meter intervals identified seven sites (38OR331, 38OR332, 38OR333, 38OR334, 38OR335, 38OR336, and 38OR341) and one isolated find. Six of these sites contain remnants of nineteenth- to twentieth-century farmsteads or tenant farms. One site contains Pre-Contact ceramic and lithic artifacts. We recommend all of these sites and the isolated find not eligible for the National Register of Historic Places (NRHP). We...


Intensive Archaeological and Architectural Survey for the S-22 (Veteran’s Road)/South Fork Edisto River Bridge Replacements in Aiken County, South Carolina (2005)

DOCUMENT [ID: 391381] Legacy Research Associates, Inc..

"This report provides the results of the archaeological and architectural survey for the proposed S-22 (Veteran’s Road)/South Fork Edisto River bridge replacements in Aiken County, South Carolina (Figure 1). The project is located about 8 km (5 mi) west of the town of Salley. The survey was conducted by Legacy Research Associates, Inc. (Legacy) of Durham, North Carolina, on behalf the South Carolina Department of Transportation (SCDOT)."


An Intensive Archaeological and Architectural Survey of the Proposed S.C. 302 (Pine Log Road) Widening Project, Aiken County, South Carolina (1994)

DOCUMENT [ID: 391775] Charles J. Rinehart.

"An intensive archaeological and architectural survey was conducted for the S.C. 302 road widening project in Aiken County, South Carolina. The purpose of this survey was to locate and identify any archaeological and/or historic sites which would be affected by the proposed federally assisted undertaking. Located sites were then to be assessed according to criteria for eligibility for nomination to the National Register of Historic Places. This survey resulted in the identification of nine...


Intensive Archaeological Survey of the S-779 Improvements, Aiken County, South Carolina (1992)

DOCUMENT [ID: 391755] Wayne D. Roberts.

"This survey, conducted by the South Carolina Department of Highways and Public Transportation for the Federal Highway Administration, is in compliance with the Secretary of Interior's Standards and Guidelines (published in the Federal Register, September 29, 1983). This report also conforms to the Guidelines and Standards for Archaeological Investigations published by the South Carolina State Historic Preservation Office (1991). The purpose of the survey was to locate and identify any...


Intensive Archaeological Survey of the Sweetwater Junction Tract, Aiken County, South Carolina (2001)

DOCUMENT [ID: 391664] John S. Cable.

"Palmetto Research Institute, Inc. conducted an intensive archaeological survey of a 64.I6-acre tract in Aiken County, South Carolina. The client was Mr. Harry Miller of B&H Land Company of North Augusta, who wishes to develop the property. An 8.26-acre Carolina Bay situated within the tract triggered the necessity for a Corps of Engineers permit, which in turn required compliance under Section 106 of the National Historic Preservation Act of 1966...Both 30-meter interval shovel testing and...


Management Summary of the Archaeological Survey of the RSR Corporation Facility Area Tract, Aiken County, South Carolina (1993)

DOCUMENT [ID: 391619] Michael Trinkley. Natalie Adams.

"The investigation of the proposed RSR Corporation facility area tract was conducted by Ms. Natalie Adams of Chicora Foundation, Inc. for RSR Corporation, Dallas, Texas. The approximately 440 acre tract has a slight "S" shape..."


Micronesian Register of Historic Properties (1978)

Citation DOCUMENT [ID: 207089] J. L. Craib.

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Phase 1B Archaeological Survey: Proposed Bennington Substation, Town of Bennington, Bennington County, Vermont (2011)

DOCUMENT [ID: 390857] The Louis Berger Group, Inc..

On behalf of Vermont Transco, LLC (VELCO), of Rutland, Vermont, The Louis Berger Group, Inc. (Berger), of Albany, New York, conducted a Phase IB archaeological survey for the proposed Bennington Substation, located in the Town of Bennington, Bennington County, Vermont. VELCO has determined an upgrade of the Bennington 115kV substation is required to meet the Independent System Operator of New England (ISONE) operating and reliability criteria. Subsurface survey was conducted at 18...

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