Architectural Survey of the Proposed Williston Bypass, Barwell County, South Carolina, And Archaeological Survey of the Proposed U.S. 78 Improvements, Aiken to Elko, Aiken and Barnwell Counties, South Carolina
Author(s): C.S. Butler; M. Virginia Markham
"This study was carried out as part of planning for improvement of Highway U.S. 78 in Aiken and Barnwell Counties. The report describes results of background and archival history research, intensive architectural resources and archaeological survey. Much of the archival research relating to the Williston area was previously conducted in 1992 and included the study by Butler and Poplin (1992b). The archival research included a review of the National Register of Historic Places (NRHP) listings located at the Department of Archives and History, examination of historic maps of the region curated at the South Caroliniana Library (University of South Carolina), and a search of local history sources at the Aiken, Barnwell, and Bamberg County Libraries. Local and regional sources were reviewed to identify persons and/or events significant in local or regional history which could be associated with sites or historic resources located within the project corridor."
Cite this Record
Architectural Survey of the Proposed Williston Bypass, Barwell County, South Carolina, And Archaeological Survey of the Proposed U.S. 78 Improvements, Aiken to Elko, Aiken and Barnwell Counties, South Carolina. C.S. Butler, M. Virginia Markham. Atlanta and Charleston: Brockington and Associates, Inc. 1995 ( tDAR id: 391647) ; doi:10.6067/XCV8DZ09JM
This Resource is Part of the Following Collections
Archaic • Historic • Mississippian • PaleoIndian • Woodland
Building Materials • Ceramic • Chipped Stone • Glass • Metal
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Artifact Scatter • Domestic Structures
Architectural Documentation • Architectural Survey • Records Search / Inventory Checking • Systematic Survey
Aiken County • Amethyst Table Glass • Annular Whiteware • Archaeological Survey • Architectural Survey • Barnwell County • Biface Fragment • Brick Fragment • Brier Creek Lanceolate • Clear Bottle Glass • Coastal Plains Chert • Cobalt Blue Glass • Creamware • Flake • Flake Shatter • Hand Painted Whiteware • Ironstone • Late Archaic Stemmed Point • Lead Glazed Buffware • Linear Check Stamped Sherd • Milk Glass • Pearlware • Porcelain • Quartzite • Residual Sherds • Slate Fragment • Slipped Stoneware • Unglazed Stoneware • Whiteware • Wire Nail • Wire Roofing Nail Show More
Aiken County • Barnwell County
Historic Period • Postcontact Period • Precontact Period • Prehistoric Period
min long: -81.921; min lat: 33.31 ; max long: -81.267; max lat: 33.743 ;
Individual & Institutional Roles
Contact(s): South Carolina Institute of Archaeology and Anthropology, University of South Carolina
Contributor(s): C.S. Butler; M. Virginia Markham; Roger Lewis; Wayne Roberts; James Hill; Tasha Benyshek; Joey Charles; Mike Reynolds; Alison Sluss; David Diener
Lab Director(s): Connie Huddleston
Principal Investigator(s): Paul E. Brockington
Sponsor(s): South Carolina Department of Transportation
Prepared By(s): Brockington and Associates, Inc.
Submitted To(s): RUST Environment and Infrastructure of North Carolina, Inc.
General Note: "No previously recorded sites were located within the project corridor. Examination of the South Carolina State Site Files showed seventeen sites recorded by previous researchers within 3500 ft (1067 m) of the project corridor (Figures 4 and 10). The seventeen sites identified during the present study diverge considerably from the pattern indicated by the previously recorded sites. Previous researchers encountered both prehistoric and historic site types in similar numbers. The present survey recorded a greater number of historic site types than prehistoric site types. Table 6 shows this comparison. This discrepency may be due to the fact that over half of the present project survey corridor occurred adjacent to existing U.S. 78; historic sites would be expected to occur adjacent to a source of transportation and commerce."
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