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Cultural Resources Survey of the Proposed Bridge Replacement on SC-421 over Little Horse Creek, Aiken County

Author(s): Wayne D. Roberts ; M. Tankersley

Year: 2005

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Summary

"The Department proposes to replace the concrete tee beam bridge, originally constructed in 1957 and reconstructed in 1972, along SC 421 over Little Horse Creek, Aiken County. Structure No. 024042100100 is located one mile east of Clearwater. The existing bridge is 65 feet in length with a curb-to-curb width of 48 feet. In the immediate vicinity ofthe bridge, the current right of way is 150 ft total (75 feet to each side). West of the bridge (where the houses are located) the existing right-of-way is 60 feet total (30 feet to either side). East of the bridge the existing right-of-way is 100 feet total (50 feet to either side). The proposed bridge will have a 48-foot width (including sidewalks) and will be constructed in stages to avoid shifting traffic. A maximum amount of 100 feet of new right-of-way will be acquired upstream, and a maximum amount of 100 feet of new right-of-way will be acquired downstream, for no more than 2000 feet (symmetrical about the stream)."


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Cultural Resources Survey of the Proposed Bridge Replacement on SC-421 over Little Horse Creek, Aiken County. Wayne D. Roberts, M. Tankersley. Columbia, South Carolina: New South Associates, Inc. 2005 ( tDAR id: 391507) ; doi:10.6067/XCV89W0GR5


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


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Spatial Coverage

min long: -82.027; min lat: 33.437 ; max long: -81.433; max lat: 33.743 ;

Individual & Institutional Roles

Contact(s): New South Associates, Inc. ; South Carolina Department of Transportation ; South Carolina Institute of Archaeology and Anthropology, University of South Carolina ; Jonathan Leader

Contributor(s): Wayne D. Roberts ; M. Tankersley ; Mary W. Edmonds, ; Summer Ciomek


Notes

General Note: "No previously unrecorded archaeological site was identified during the survey of the project corridor. Considerable mechanical disturbance from the introduction of roadside utilities and sewer lines have compromised much of the soil stratigraphy within the project area. The structures documented in the architectural survey, as well as the recorded resources Nos. 0319, 0318, 2757, and 2758 are considered not eligible for the National Register of the Historic Places and no other resources were located within the APE. Additional cultural resource study of the project corridor is not recommended."


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Contact(s): Jonathan Leader

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