Archaeological and Architectural Survey of the Proposed Camp Long Substation, Aiken County, South Carolina
Author(s): Michael Trinkley
"This study reports on an intensive archaeological and architectural survey of a 2 acre electrical substation in the north central portion of Aiken County, South Carolina. The work was conducted to assist Central Electric Power Cooperative comply with Section 106 of the National Historic Preservation Act and the regulations codified in 36CFR800."
Cite this Record
Archaeological and Architectural Survey of the Proposed Camp Long Substation, Aiken County, South Carolina. Michael Trinkley. Columbia, South Carolina: Chicora Foundation, Inc. 2000 ( tDAR id: 391624) ; doi:10.6067/XCV8DR2WSV
This Resource is Part of the Following Collections
Calendar Date: 1925 to 2013 (One Story Front Gabled Roof House (To Present))
min long: -82.087; min lat: 33.359 ; max long: -81.466; max lat: 33.748 ;
Individual & Institutional Roles
Submitted To(s): Central Electric Power Cooperative
Chicora Research Contribution(s): 292
General Note: "While surrounding areas had been extensively logged, the study tract was found to be in good condition with a light covering of pine and mixed hardwoods. The archaeological survey included close interval shovel testing, which revealed intact soils, but no evidence of cultural remains on the study tract."
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