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Phase I Cultural Resources Survey of SC 126, Aiken County, South Carolina

Author(s): Natalie Adams Pope ; Kristie L. Person

Year: 2013

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Summary

"This project consisted of background research, archaeological field survey, architectural field survey, and assessment of all archaeological sites and architectural resources for inclusion on the National Register of Historic Places (NRHP). The area of potential effect (APE) is defined as the construction limits and the view shed, which is 300 feet beyond the existing right-of-way (ROW). The area of archaeological emphasis in the APE is defined as 100 feet from the existing ROW. For architecture, the study area was considered to be the entire APE. The work was performed by New South Associates on behalf of SCDOT to comply with Section 106 of the National Historic Preservation Act of 1966, as amended."


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Cite this Record

Phase I Cultural Resources Survey of SC 126, Aiken County, South Carolina. Natalie Adams Pope, Kristie L. Person. Columbia, South Carolina: New South Associate, Inc. 2013 ( tDAR id: 391643) ; doi:10.6067/XCV8G44RK1


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


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Temporal Coverage

Calendar Date: 1929 to 2013 (Clearwater Finishing Plant Production Building (To Present))

Calendar Date: 1900 to 2013 (House (To Present))

Calendar Date: 1950 to 2013 (Shed (To Present))

Calendar Date: 1900 to 2013 (House (To Present))

Calendar Date: 1950 to 2013 (Garage (To Present))

Calendar Date: 1929 to 2013 (House (To Present))

Calendar Date: 1960 to 2013 (Shed (To Present))

Calendar Date: 1900 to 2013 (Clearwater Mill Village Infrastructure (To Present))

Calendar Date: 1900 to 2013 (Seminole Mill Ruins (To Present))

Calendar Date: 1900 to 2013 (Smoke Stack at Seminole Mill Ruins (To Present))

Calendar Date: 1930 to 2013 (Outbuilding at Seminole Mill Ruiins (To Present))

Calendar Date: 1910 to 2013 (Clearwater Mill Village School (To Present))

Calendar Date: 1910 to 2013 (Clearwater Mill Village Post Office (To Present))

Calendar Date: 1900 to 2013 (House (To Present))

Calendar Date: 1900 to 2013 (Garage (To Present))

Calendar Date: 1900 to 2013 (House (To Present))

Calendar Date: 1900 to 2013 (Shed (To Present))

None: 1929 to 2013 (House (To Present))

None: 1950 to 2013 (Garage (To Present))

Calendar Date: 1935 to 2013 (House (To Present))

Calendar Date: 1935 to 2013 (Well House (To Present))

Calendar Date: 1925 to 2013 (House (To Present))

Calendar Date: 1941 to 2013 (House (To Present))

Calendar Date: 1920 to 2013 (Garage (To Present))

Calendar Date: 1940 to 2013 (House (To Present))

Calendar Date: 1940 to 2013 (House (To Present))

Calendar Date: 1950 to 2013 (Outbuilding (To Present))

Calendar Date: 1920 to 2013 (House (To Present))

Calendar Date: 1950 to 2013 (Business Building (To Present))

Calendar Date: 1950 to 2013 (Commercial Building (To Present))

Calendar Date: 1925 to 2013 (Jefferson Davis Highway Marker (To Present))

Calendar Date: 1929 to 2013 (Clearwater Finished Plant Main Building (To Present))


Spatial Coverage

min long: -82.091; min lat: 33.368 ; max long: -81.556; max lat: 33.697 ;

Individual & Institutional Roles

Contact(s): Jonathan Leader ; South Carolina Institute of Archaeology and Anthropology, University of South Carolina

Contributor(s): Kristie L. Person ; David Kelly ; Sarah Stephens ; Brad Sauls ; James Stewart ; Daniel Upchurch ; Elizabeth Farkas ; Patrick Sullivan ; Carmen Beard ; Jennifer Wilson ; Becca Brown ; South Carolina Department of Archives and History

Principal Investigator(s): Natalie Adams Pope

Prepared By(s): New South Associates, Inc.

Submitted To(s): South Carolina Department of Transportation


Record Identifiers

New South Associates Technical Report(s): 2304

Notes

General Note: "The architectural survey portion of the project recorded 14 newly identified resources in the APE, a post-World War II subdivision, and Clearwater Mill Village Historic District. Six additional resources located within the mill village but outside of the APE were individually surveyed as resources representing the extant architectural fabric of the mill district. No previously recorded or new archaeological sites were encountered during this survey. However, one isolated find consisting of a single Allendale chert flake was documented. All of the cultural resources evaluated during this survey are recommended not eligible for NRHP listing. Therefore, no historic properties will be affected."


File Information

  Name Size Creation Date Date Uploaded Access
Newsouth-August-16--2013.pdf 5.74mb Nov 1, 2013 9:00:12 AM Confidential
Redacted-Newsouth-August-16--2013.pdf 7.33mb Nov 1, 2013 9:00:12 AM Public

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Contact(s): Jonathan Leader

Arizona State University The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation National Science Foundation National Endowment for the Humanities Society for American Archaeology Archaeological Institute of America