Cultural Resource Survey of the Shade Tree Tract

Author(s): Charles F. Phillips Jr.; Jennifer Salo

Editor(s): Carol Poplin

Year: 2006


In January, August, and September 2005, Brockington and Associates, Inc., conducted a

cultural resources survey of the 142.1-hectare Shade Tree tract, located on Johns Island, Charleston

County, South Carolina. This survey included a background review and the systematic excavation

of shovel tests at 5, 15, and 30 meter intervals across the upland portions of the project tract. All dirt

roads on the tract were visually inspected.

Cite this Record

Cultural Resource Survey of the Shade Tree Tract. Charles F. Phillips Jr., Jennifer Salo, Carol Poplin. Mt. Pleasant, SC: Brockington and Associates, Inc. 2006 ( tDAR id: 391138) ; doi:10.6067/XCV8RB75VT

This Resource is Part of the Following Collections



Temporal Coverage

Calendar Date: 1933 to 2006 (Land owned by Julian R. Williams)

Calendar Date: 1918 to 1933 (Land owned by Kopp Isenhour Realty Co.)

Calendar Date: 1820 to 1918 (Land owned by the Whaley family)

Calendar Date: 1805 to 1820 (Land owned by the Wilson family)

Calendar Date: 1785 to 1805 (Land tract owned by the Ward family and called Cane Slash Plantation)

Calendar Date: 1721 to 1785 (Land tract part of Fenwick Hall Plantation)

Spatial Coverage

min long: -80.042; min lat: 32.628 ; max long: -79.837; max lat: 32.801 ;

Individual & Institutional Roles

Contact(s): Jonathan Leader; Barry Whalen

Contributor(s): Charles F. Phillips Jr.; Carol Poplin; Jennifer Salo; Inna Burns; Allison Wind; Jason Ellerbee; Paul Zloba; Mallory L. Chambliss Jr.; Brian Falls; Damon Jackson; Suzanne Johnson; Scott Kammerzell; Chris Maisey; Erik Mischker; Susannah Munson; Jimmy LeFebre; Arianna Shackle; Emily Jateff; Nicole Isenbarger; Merritt Sanders

Field Director(s): Eric D. Sipes

Principal Investigator(s): Ralph Bailey

Sponsor(s): HLA, Inc.

Prepared By(s): Brockington and Associates, Inc.


General Note: Site 38CH2050 and 38CH2053 were deemed potentially eligible for protection under the NRHP acts. Site 28CH2048 was deemed eligible for protection due to it's association with Cane Slash Plantation. The rest of the sites were deemed ineligible because they were either too heavily disturbed or only yielded common 20th century artifacts.

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Contact(s): Jonathan Leader