Cultural Resources Reconnaissance Survey of Approximately 1600 Acres at the Pine Tree Tract, Aiken County, South Carolina
Author(s): Ian K. deNeeve
"On March 21-24,2005, TRC conducted a reconnaissance level cultural resource survey of the l600-acre Pine Tree tract located approximately one mile northwest of the community of Vaucluse in Aiken County (Figure 1). This work was done on behalf of S&ME, Inc."
Cite this Record
Cultural Resources Reconnaissance Survey of Approximately 1600 Acres at the Pine Tree Tract, Aiken County, South Carolina. Ian K. deNeeve. Columbia, South Carolina: TRC. 2005 ( tDAR id: 391759) ; doi:10.6067/XCV8JM2BX2
This Resource is Part of the Following Collections
Ceramic • Chipped Stone • Glass
38AK616 • 38AK619 • 38AK620 • 38AK940 • 38AK941
Artifact Scatter • Hamlet / Village • Mill
Architectural Survey • Records Search / Inventory Checking • Systematic Survey
Aiken County • Alkaline Glazed Stoneware • Archaeological Survey • Coastal Plains Chert • Quartz • Sand Tempered Residual Sherd • Utilized Flake • Window Glass Fragment
Aiken County, SC
Historic Period • Postcontact Period • Precontact Period • Prehistoric Period
min long: -82.104; min lat: 33.327 ; max long: -81.483; max lat: 33.698 ;
Individual & Institutional Roles
Contact(s): South Carolina Institute of Archaeology and Anthropology, University of South Carolina; Jonathan Leader
Contributor(s): Ian K. deNeeve
Sponsor(s): S&ME, Inc.
Prepared By(s): TRC
Submitted To(s): South Carolina Department of Archives and History
General Note: "A reconnaissance level cultural resources survey was conducted of the proposed 1600-acre Pine Tree tract. The archaeological survey resulted in the discovery of two sites, 38AK940 and 38AK941, and one isolated find. In addition, one previously recorded site, 38AK619, was revisited. Of these sites, only 38AK940, a Woodland/Mississippian Period ceramic and lithic scatter with a minor historic component, is considered potentially eligible for the NRHP. Sites 38AK619 and 38AK941 are recommended ineligible for the NRHP. Based on these results, additional archaeological investigations may be necessary only at site 38AK940."
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