Phase I and II Investigations at Shaw Air Force Base and Poinsett Range

Summary

These documents represent the results of Phase II archaeological testing of three sites: 38SU58, 38SU191 and 38SU222 as well as the results of a Phase I survey of three tracts. The tested sites all contained prehistoric cultural materials date to the Archaic, Woodland and Mississippian periods. Site 38SU58 was determined to be not eligible for nomination to the National Register of Historic Places, while sites 38SU191 and 38SU222 were determined to be eligible. The Phase I survey revisited one previously recorded site, 38SU250 and discovered one new site, 38SU299. Site 38SU250 is recommended not eligible for nomination to the National Register of Historic Places, while site 28SU299 is recommended potentially eligible for nomination.

Cite this Record

Phase I and II Investigations at Shaw Air Force Base and Poinsett Range. ( tDAR id: 381387) ; doi:10.6067/XCV8736SC7

This Resource is Part of the Following Collections

Spatial Coverage

min long: -80.556; min lat: 33.842 ; max long: -80.283; max lat: 34.003 ;

Individual & Institutional Roles

Contact(s): Shaw Air Force Base

Field Director(s): Alvin J. Banguilan

Principal Investigator(s): Natalie Adams

Landowner(s): Shaw Air Force Base

Sponsor(s): United States Air Force Air Combat Command; United States Army Corps of Engineers, Fort Worth District

Prepared By(s): New South Associates, Inc

Submitted To(s): US Army Corps of Engineers, Fort Worth District; Geo-Marine, Inc.

Record Identifiers

D.O. (s): 0046

Contract No.(s): DACA63-99-D-0010

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Documents

  1. Management Summary for Phase I and II Archaeological Investigations at Shaw Air Force Base and the Poinsett Electronic Combat Range in Sumter Count, South Carolina (2005)
  2. Original Site Field Maps 38SU58, 38SU191, 38SU222 (2003)
  3. Phase I and II Archaeological Investigations at Shaw Air Force Base and the Poinsett Electronic Combat Range, Sumter County, South Carolina (2005)