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Intensive Cultural Resources Survey of the US Highway 17 and SC Route 61 Improvements Project

Author(s): Ed Salo ; Jason Ellerbee

Editor(s): Jennifer Salo

Year: 2007

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Summary

"In March 2007, Brockington and Associates, Inc., conducted an intensive cultural

resources survey of the proposed US Highway 17 and SC Route 61 Improvements Project in

Charleston County, South Carolina. This work was conducted through THE LPA GROUP,

INC., in advance of road improvement activities in the project area. This survey provides

compliance with federal regulations concerning the management of historic properties (sites,

districts, buildings, structures, or objects listed on or eligible for the National Register of Historic

Places [NRHP]) that may be affected through highway construction as per Section 4(f) of the

US Department of Transportation Act of 1966 as amended in 1983 (49 USC 303), the National

Environmental Policy Act of 1969 (Public Law 91-190), and the National Historic Preservation

Act of 1966 (16 USC 470) as amended through 1992."


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Cite this Record

Intensive Cultural Resources Survey of the US Highway 17 and SC Route 61 Improvements Project. Ed Salo, Jason Ellerbee, Jennifer Salo. Mt. Pleasant, SC: Brockington and Associates, Inc. 2007 ( tDAR id: 391176) ; doi:10.6067/XCV88P61S7


URL: http://artsandsciences.sc.edu/sciaa/


Keywords

Culture
Historic

Site Name
Architectural Resource 5026 Architectural Resource 5027 Architectural Resource 5028 Architectural Resource 5029 Architectural Resource 5030 Architectural Resource 5031 Architectural Resource 5032 Architectural Resource 5033 Architectural Resource 5034 Architectural Resource 5035 Architectural Resource 5036 Architectural Resource 5037 Architectural Resource 5038 Architectural Resource 5039 Architectural Resource 5040 Architectural Resource 5041 Architectural Resource 5042 Architectural Resource 5043 Architectural Resource 5044 Architectural Resource 5045 Architectural Resource 5046 Architectural Resource 5047 Architectural Resource 5048 Architectural Resource 5049 Architectural Resource 5050 Architectural Resource 5051 Architectural Resource 5052 Architectural Resource 5053 Architectural Resource 5054 Architectural Resource 5055 Architectural Resource 5056 Architectural Resource 5057 Architectural Resource 5058 Architectural Resource 5059 Architectural Resource 5060 Architectural Resource 5061 Architectural Resource 5062 Architectural Resource 5063 Architectural Resource 5064 Architectural Resource 5065 Architectural Resource 5066 Architectural Resource 5067 Architectural Resource 5068 Architectural Resource 5069

Site Type
Domestic Structure or Architectural Complex Domestic Structures House Non-Domestic Structures


Temporal Coverage

Calendar Date: 1865 to 1865 (Confederates destroy the West Ashley Bridge in an effort to halt Sherman's advance)

Calendar Date: 1861 to 1865 (The American Civil War)

Calendar Date: 1780 to 1780 (The British along with General Sir Clinton take Charleston)

Calendar Date: 1776 to 1783 (The American Revolutionary War)

Calendar Date: 1717 to 1865 (Land tract part of St. Andrews Parish)

Calendar Date: 1921 to 1921 (Charleston purchased the Ashley River Bridge and lifted it's toll)

Calendar Date: 1960 to 1960 (City of Charleston makes massive purchases in the area to improve the area by adding modern conveniences like street lights)

Calendar Date: 1938 to 1938 (The Windemere naighborhood already had 95 homes)

Calendar Date: 1929 to 1929 (Construction of the Grace Memorial Bridge allows for easy access causing neighborhoods to develop everywhere including the project tract)


Spatial Coverage

min long: -80.045; min lat: 32.625 ; max long: -79.845; max lat: 32.82 ;

Individual & Institutional Roles

Contact(s): Jonathan Leader ; Ken Burger

Contributor(s): Ed Salo ; Jason Ellerbee ; Brian Falls ; Paul Zloba ; Allison Wind ; Jennifer Salo

Principal Investigator(s): Johshua N. Fletcher

Sponsor(s): The LPA Group, Inc.

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


Notes

General Note: No archaeological evidence was found during the survey, but 50 new architectural resources were documented. These architecturally important and intact as a community homes were all of post World War 2 date and were suggested as being preserved as a historic district under criterion C under the NRHP.


File Information

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us17-sc61-final-report.pdf 134.96mb May 27, 2013 1:56:48 PM Confidential
redacted-us17-sc61-final-report.pdf 42.60mb May 31, 2013 12:24:31 PM Public

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Contact(s): Jonathan Leader

Arizona State University The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation National Science Foundation National Endowment for the Humanities Society for American Archaeology Archaeological Institute of America