A Reconnaissance Level Cultural Resources Survey of the Proposed 225 Acre RiverNorth Subdivision, Aiken County, South Carolina
Author(s): Chad O. Braley; T. Jeffrey Price
"In order to comply with Federal regulations (33CRF325, Appendix C), land developers sponsored a reconnaissance-level cultural resources survey of a 225 acre tract located the floodplain of the Savannah River, for Carl E. Sanders, Jr. (Figure 1). ... Several phases of development are planned. Because wetlands are present within the tract a cultural resources survey was required. The reconnaissance survey was requested by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers in consultation with the South Carolina State Historic Office (SHPO). Goals of the reconnaissance survey were to determine if archeological or cultural resources were present within the tract, and if any further cultural resources studies would be required. As a result of the survey, it is possible to stratify the property into high and low probability areas for containing archeological sites. Three sites were found in the high probability area, consisting of approximately 55 acres, and a fourth occurs in this zone outside the property boundaries. However, the bulk of the property, nearly 170 acres, consists of low probability areas consisting of wetlands and relatively modem floodplain deposits."
Cite this Record
A Reconnaissance Level Cultural Resources Survey of the Proposed 225 Acre RiverNorth Subdivision, Aiken County, South Carolina. Chad O. Braley, T. Jeffrey Price. Athens, GA: Southeastern Archaeological Services, Inc. 1994 ( tDAR id: 391666) ; doi:10.6067/XCV8RV0PX5
This Resource is Part of the Following Collections
Ceramic • Chipped Stone • Glass
38AK741 • 38AK746 • 38AK747 • 38AK748
Records Search / Inventory Checking • Systematic Survey
Aiken County • Amethyst Bottle Glass Fragment • Archaeological Survey • Coastal Plains Chert • Historic Ceramics • Prehistoric Ceramics • Quartz • Quartz Biface Fragment • Quartz Core • Utilized Flake • Whiteware • Yadkin Point
Historic Period • Postcontact Period • Precontact Period • Prehistoric Period
min long: -82.097; min lat: 33.354 ; max long: -81.665; max lat: 33.631 ;
Individual & Institutional Roles
Contact(s): Jonathan Leader; South Carolina Institute of Archaeology and Anthropology, University of South Carolina
Contributor(s): T. Jeffrey Price; George H. Hazel; Department of the Army; Anthony J. Criscitiello; City of North Augusta
Principal Investigator(s): Chad O. Braley
Sponsor(s): Carl E. Sanders, Jr.
Prepared By(s): Southeastern Archaeological Services, Inc.
General Note: "The reconnaissance survey demonstrates that archeological sites are present within a portion of the project area, designated as Zone B, that may be affected by the proposed development. It thus appears that an intensive survey is in order to comply with Federal wetlands regulations."
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