Archaeological and Historic Architectural Reconnaissance of the Proposed Improvements to the US 1/5th Street Interchange, Aiken County
"The Department proposes to add additional travel lanes to the US 1/5th Street Interchange in North Augusta to facilitate traffic movement onto US 1. A new travel lane will be added south of the US 1 bridge. Approximately 100 feet of new right-of-way will be acquired for an approximate distance of 400 feet. A new travel lane will be added just south ofthe previous US 1 bridge within the Department's existing right-of-way."
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Archaeological and Historic Architectural Reconnaissance of the Proposed Improvements to the US 1/5th Street Interchange, Aiken County. Bonnie Frick, Wayne Roberts. Columbia, South Carolina: South Carolina Department of Transportation. 2006 ( tDAR id: 391511) ; doi:10.6067/XCV8KH0PMG
min long: -82.021; min lat: 33.455 ; max long: -81.439; max lat: 33.725 ;
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General Note: "An archaeological reconnaissance was conducted in March 2006 by Wayne Roberts and Bonnie Frick. The area is disturbed and no intensive survey is recommended. The architectural survey resulted in a re-visit of two previously identified sites (0296 and 2046), and a recordation of two newly identified sites (2047 and 2048). None will be affected by the current project. No further work is recommended."
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