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Cultural Resources Survey of the Dasinger Tract

Author(s): Erik Mischker

Editor(s): Jennifer Salo

Year: 2007

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Summary

"In August 2007, Brockington and Associates, Inc.,

conducted a cultural resources survey of the 40-acre

Dasinger Tract in Charleston County, South Carolina.

This work was conducted for Thornwell Partners, LLC,

of Isle of Palms, South Carolina, in compliance with state

laws and regulations concerning the management of

historic properties (i.e., archaeological sites, buildings,

structures, objects, or districts listed on or eligible

for the National Register of Historic Places [NRHP])

affected by development activities in the Coastal Zone

of South Carolina.

The cultural resources survey of the Dasinger Tract

included background research and archaeological

survey. Investigators identified one isolated find (Isolate

1) during the survey of the Dasinger Tract. There are

several modern structures within the tract, as well as

one previously identified historic architectural resource

(Resource 5088). The modern structures are not fifty

years of age and are not survey-eligible. Resource 5088 is

a barn constructed in 1952 to house cows. Fletcher et al.

(2007) recommended Resource 5088 not eligible for the

NRHP. Further management of the Dasinger Tract with

regard to cultural resources is not warranted. Proposed

land-disturbing activities in the Dasinger Tract will not

affect any historic properties and should be allowed to

proceed without further management consideration."


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Cite this Record

Cultural Resources Survey of the Dasinger Tract. Erik Mischker, Jennifer Salo. Mt. Pleasant, SC: Brockington and Associates, Inc. 2007 ( tDAR id: 391187) ; doi:10.6067/XCV86W9CCX


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


Keywords


Temporal Coverage

Calendar Date: 1800 to 1800 (Woodlands Plantation is established by Thomas Parker)

Calendar Date: 1707 to 1757 (Part of land tract originally granted to Thomas Elmes)

Calendar Date: 1757 to 1817 (Elmes portion owned by William Fishburn)

Calendar Date: 1817 to 1817 (Elmes portion added to the Woodlands Plantation by Thomas Parker)

Calendar Date: 1817 to 1824 (Land owned by the Parker family)

Calendar Date: 1824 to 1830 (Land owned by Edwards H. Edwards)

Calendar Date: 1830 to 1949 (Land ownership changed hands many times)

Calendar Date: 1849 to 1884 (Land owned by James B. Gadsden and heirs)

Calendar Date: 1884 to 1884 (Land owned by Albert S. Wright)

Calendar Date: 1884 to 1908 (Land owned by Thomas Frost and heirs)

Calendar Date: 1908 to 1916 (Land owned by J.P. Clarke and subdivided)

Calendar Date: 1916 to 1916 (Portion of the tract owned by B.M. Thompson)

Calendar Date: 1916 to 1930 (Portion of the tract owned by Thomas Ferdinand Paturzo)

Calendar Date: 1932 to 1932 (Land owned by W.I. Cormier)

Calendar Date: 1932 to 1944 (Land owned by James E. Clubb)

Calendar Date: 1944 to 1946 (Land owned by James Bell)

Calendar Date: 1946 to 1948 (Land owned by William W. Yaun)

Calendar Date: 1948 to 1951 (Land owned by Johnnie and Pauline Harris)

Calendar Date: 1951 to 2007 (Land owned by Ralph Dasinger and heirs)

Calendar Date: 2007 to 2007 (Land owned by Thornwell Partners, LLC)


Spatial Coverage

min long: -80.053; min lat: 32.601 ; max long: -79.822; max lat: 32.817 ;

Individual & Institutional Roles

Contact(s): Paul D. Hollen ; Jonathan Leader

Contributor(s): Charles F. Phillips Jr. ; Brian Falls ; Jimmy LeFebre ; Blair Stec ; Damon Jackson ; Inna Burns ; Allison Wind ; Jennifer Salo ; Erik Mischker

Lab Director(s): Nicole Isenbarger

Principal Investigator(s): Johshua N. Fletcher

Sponsor(s): Thornwell Partners, LLC

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


Notes

General Note: "... Investigators identified one isolated find (Isolate 1) during the survey of the Dasinger Tract. There are several modern structures within the tract, as well as one previously identified historic architectural resource (Resource 5088). The modern structures are not fifty years of age and are not survey-eligible. Resource 5088 is a barn constructed in 1952 to house cows."


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Contact(s): Jonathan Leader

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