Archaeological Survey of the S-270 Bridge Relocation over Jordan Creek, Aiken County
Author(s): Michael Trinkley
"An archaeological survey of the S-270 bridge relocation, 2.3 miles northwest of Salley in Aiken County, was completed on March 21. One archaeological site was found within the proposed corridor, but is so badly disturbed that no salvage or additional data recovery seems worthwhile."
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Archaeological Survey of the S-270 Bridge Relocation over Jordan Creek, Aiken County. Michael Trinkley. 1978 ( tDAR id: 391385) ; doi:10.6067/XCV8QZ2C77
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min long: -82.213; min lat: 33.276 ; max long: -81.214; max lat: 33.775 ;
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Contributor(s): Michael Trinkley; Robert Ferrell
General Note: "In summary, there is a possible important site within the project vicinity possibly dating to the early Archaic. However, the portion of the site to be affected by the SCDHPT bas been previously damaged. I believe this damage to be so extensive that salvage is not warranted. I would caution, however, that the remaining portion of the site should not be utilized for borrow material."
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