Archaeological Field Report of S-21 Bridge Replacement, Aiken County
Author(s): Wayne D. Roberts
"The project involves the replacement of the S-21 bridge over the South Fork of the Edisto River on the same location. The bridge is a creosote timber and concrete structure built in 1952. Previous investigations involved a 7x500 foot area of new right of way in the northwest quadrant of the project. Design modifications call for additional right of way strips of 25x300 feet and 7x150 feet in the southeast quadrant of the project."
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Archaeological Field Report of S-21 Bridge Replacement, Aiken County. Wayne D. Roberts. Columbia, South Carolina: South Carolina Department of Highways and Public Transportation. 1989 ( tDAR id: 391420) ; doi:10.6067/XCV8R78GGP
min long: -82.054; min lat: 33.35 ; max long: -81.357; max lat: 33.784 ;
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Contributor(s): Wayne D. Roberts
Prepared By(s): South Carolina Department of Highways and Public Transportation
General Note: "No evidence of artifacts or cultural deposits was observed. No additional investigations are recommended."
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