Letters of Correspondence relating to Phase I Archaeological Survey of 7,500 Acres, Poinsett Weapons Range, South Carolina

Summary

Letters of correspondence between USAF Cultural resource managers and the South Carolina State Historic Preservation Office concerning archaeological sites identified by the Phase I archaeological survey of 7,500 acres on the Poinsett Weapons Range, South Carolina.

Cite this Record

Letters of Correspondence relating to Phase I Archaeological Survey of 7,500 Acres, Poinsett Weapons Range, South Carolina. Paul Green, Terry L. Madewell, Nancy Brock, Lee Tippett, Chris Hensley. 1996 ( tDAR id: 381411) ; doi:10.6067/XCV8X92C7N

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Spatial Coverage

min long: -80.512; min lat: 33.943 ; max long: -80.421; max lat: 34.002 ;

Individual & Institutional Roles

Contact(s): Dave Davis

Contributor(s): South Carolina State Historic Preservation Office

Landowner(s): Shaw Air Force Base, South Carolina

Record Identifiers

Report Number(s): Research Report 23

Contract Number(s): DACA88-94-0008

Notes

Redaction Note: If you would like access to the full document, you may request it from the following office: Office of the USAF Cultural Resource Subject Matter Expert AF Civil Engineer Center 2261 Hughes Ave JBSA Lackland, TX 78236-9853

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This document is redacted. USAF archaeologists and officials have determined that some of the information in the full document should be considered confidential and have limited distribution. If you would like access to the full document, you may contact and request access from the following office: Office of the USAF Cultural Resource Subject Matter Expert AF Civil Engineer Center 2261 Hughes Ave JBSA Lackland, TX 78236-9853