Phase I Archaeological Investigations for the North Augusta Water Treatment Plant Expansion Aiken County, South Carolina
"S&ME, Inc. (S&ME), on behalf of URS Corporation (URS), has completed a Phase I archaeological survey of approximately 6.8 acres at the proposed North Augusta Water Treatment Plant (WTP) Expansion in Aiken County, South Carolina. The project area is located immediately west of the Savannah River and north of the existing water treatment facility in North Augusta (Figures 1 and 2). This work was done in anticipation of compliance with Section 106 of the National Historic Preservation Act of 1966, as amended, given that federal funds from the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) will be used for this project. The services provided by S&ME were performed in general accordance with S&ME Proposal No. 1616-392-13, dated July 2, 2013, and the terms and conditions in Master Services Agreement No. 264050 with URS dated January 13, 2012."
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Phase I Archaeological Investigations for the North Augusta Water Treatment Plant Expansion Aiken County, South Carolina. William Green, Sarah Posin, Jennifer Betsworth. Columbia, South Carolina: S&ME, Inc. 2013 ( tDAR id: 391640) ; doi:10.6067/XCV82N53JF
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Aiken County • Archaeological Survey • Campbellton • Clothing Rivet • Coastal Plains Chert • Deptford Ceramics • Quartz • Sand-Tempered Linear Check Stamped Pottery • Savannah River Point • Scraper • Utilized Flake • Window Glass
min long: -82.039; min lat: 33.375 ; max long: -81.561; max lat: 33.688 ;
Individual & Institutional Roles
Prepared By(s): S&ME, Inc.
Submitted To(s): Urs Corporation
S&ME Project Nos.(s): 1616-13-392
General Note: "S&ME has completed a Phase I archaeological survey of approximately 6.8 acres at the proposed North Augusta Water Treatment Plant Expansion in Aiken County (Figures 1 and 2). Most of the project area contains previously recorded archaeological site 38AK276, the site is a late eighteenth to early nineteenth century village of Campbelltown. Current investigations of this small portion of site 38AK276 identified Late Archaic and Middle Woodland components; however, little or no evidence of Campbelltown was found. Based on these results, it is S&ME’s recommendation that the project will have no adverse effect on archaeological site 38AK276 and we recommend no additional work in the project area."
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