An Archaeological Survey of the S-254 Bridge Replacement, Aiken County, South Carolina
Author(s): J. Lee Tippett
"This survey, conducted by the South Carolina Department of Highways and Public Transportation for the Federal Highway Administration, is in compliance with the Secretary of Interior's Standards and Guidelines (published in the Federal Register, September 29, 1983). This report conforms to the draft guidelines developed by the Advisory Council on Historic Preservation for archaeological surveys. The Department proposes to replace a substandard timber and precast concrete bridge with a modern reinforced concrete span."
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An Archaeological Survey of the S-254 Bridge Replacement, Aiken County, South Carolina. J. Lee Tippett. Columbia, South Carolina: South Carolina Department of Highways and Public Transportation. 1989 ( tDAR id: 391421) ; doi:10.6067/XCV8G1623S
min long: -82.058; min lat: 33.352 ; max long: -81.347; max lat: 33.764 ;
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General Note: "A total of two historic sites were discovered during the archaeological survey associated with this project. The site 38AK500 represents a hydroelectric power station encompassing about 2.5 acres. It dates to the first decade of the twentieth century and is eligible for the National Register of Historic Places. A small amount of new right of way will be required in the immediate proximity of the site (Figure 3). The area of the archaeological site including all of the above ground structures is outside the proposed right of way...The cemetery, 38AK501, is a potentially eligible National Register site located about 225 feet south of the proposed construction limits. It will not be directly affected by the proposed undertaking...It is believed that these measures will be sufficient to avoid encroachment upon these two sites during the construction phase."
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