Prehistoric and Historic Archaeological Survey of Approximately 300 Acres at Shaw Air Force Base and the Wateree Recreational Area

Summary

From September through December 1996 crews from the South Carolina Institute of Archaeology and

Anthropology of the University of South Carolina and the Public Service Archaeology Program of the

University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign conducted Phase I archaeological survey of 284 acres at Shaw Air Force Base, Sumter County, and Wateree Recreational Area, Kershaw County, South Carolina, for the United States Army Construction Engineering Research Laboratories. The investigations were designed to identify archaeological resources present at both locales and to provide recommendations for the National

Register of Historic Places status of all sites located, and were conducted to fulfill base obligations under Section 110 of the National Historic Preservation Act.

Cite this Record

Prehistoric and Historic Archaeological Survey of Approximately 300 Acres at Shaw Air Force Base and the Wateree Recreational Area. ( tDAR id: 381415) ; doi:10.6067/XCV8H70H6S

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Spatial Coverage

min long: -80.513; min lat: 33.94 ; max long: -80.418; max lat: 34.004 ;

Record Identifiers

Contract Number(s): DACA88-96-M-0398

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Documents

  1. Manager's Report on The Prehistoric and Historic Archaeological Survey of Approximately 300 Acres at Shaw Air Force Base and the Wateree Recreational Area, Sumter and Kershaw Counties, South Carolina (1997)
  2. Memos relating to Phase I Report of Shaw Air Force Base and Wateree Recreation Area (1997)
  3. Prehistoric and Historic Archaeological Survey of Approximately 300 Acres at Shaw Air Force Base and the Wateree Recreational Area, Sumter and Kershaw Counties, South Carolina (1997)