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An Archaeological Reconnaissance Survey of Four Areas Within the Proposed North Augusta Golf Course Development Phase I, Aiken County, South Carolina

Author(s): Rick R. Richardson

Year: 1997

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"On April 19, 1997, a reconnaissance level archaeological survey was conducted in four areas of the proposed North Augusta Golf Course Development Phase I. The survey was conducted in compliance with Section 106 of the National Historic Preservation Act of 1966 and amendments thereto. While no evidence of archaeological sites or deposits was noted within the limited project area, intact subsurface features or deposits were noted immediately adjacent to the project limits."


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An Archaeological Reconnaissance Survey of Four Areas Within the Proposed North Augusta Golf Course Development Phase I, Aiken County, South Carolina. Rick R. Richardson. 1997 ( tDAR id: 391665) ; doi:10.6067/XCV8TH8P0D


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


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Spatial Coverage

min long: -82.121; min lat: 33.338 ; max long: -81.682; max lat: 33.597 ;

Individual & Institutional Roles

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

Principal Investigator(s): Rick R. Richardson

Submitted To(s): Cranston, Robertson, and Whitehurst, P.C.


Notes

General Note: "A reconnaissance level archaeological survey was conducted in four areas within the proposed North Augusta Golf Course Development Phase I in accordance with Section 106 of the National Historic Places Act of 1966 and amendments thereto. A surface examination of approximately 0.13 ha (0.34 ac) .... yielded no evidence of archaeological deposits within this limited area of potential effect for the proposed project. However, surface and subsurface investigation immediately adjacent to the project limits did result in the location of one historic archaeological site. Site 38AK716 is believed to represent the remains of a portion of what was once the town of Hamburg, South Carolina."


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