Data Recovery At 38CH940 Historic Locus, Charleston County, South Carolina
Beginning November 28, 1988, archaeologists from Brockington and Associates in Atlanta, Georgia, began the fieldwork phase for data recovery at the historic locus of 38CH940, Charleston County, South Carolina. This work was initiated to partially fulfill the terms of a Memorandum of Agreement between Charleston National Golf Club and the South Carolina State Historic Preservation Office, under the direction of the South Carolina Coastal Zone Management Program.
The site was initially recorded as a part of a site location and assessment survey for Charleston National Golf Club (Brockington et al. 1987:82-88). 38CH940 is a multicomponent prehistoric and historic site encompassing approximately 7.1 hectares (17.8 acres) in area. The site contains an extensive scatter of shell and prehistoric artifacts which span a major portion of prehistory, and also a historic component (locus) dating to the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries.
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Cite this Record
Data Recovery At 38CH940 Historic Locus, Charleston County, South Carolina. Paul E. Brockington, Jr., Lawrence E. Abbott, Jr.. Brockington and Associates, Inc. 1989 ( tDAR id: 391064) ; doi:10.6067/XCV8H9961Q
min long: -79.873; min lat: 32.757 ; max long: -79.774; max lat: 32.873 ;
Individual & Institutional Roles
Field Director(s): Lawrence E. Abbott, Jr.
Principal Investigator(s): Paul E. Brockington, Jr.
Submitted To(s): South Carolina State Historic Preservation Office (SHPO)
Brockington and Associates, Inc., report number(s): 0051
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