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Management and Investigation of Seven Archaeological Sites on the Poinsett Electronic Combat Range, Shaw Air Force Base, Sumter, South Carolina

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Summary

Testing of four prehistoric and three historic sites was performed by New South Associates and Geo-Marine Inc. for the United States Air Force, Shaw Air Force Base at the Poinsett Weapons Range. These sites were identified during a Phase I survey of a portion of the weapons range by Kreisa et al. (1995) and were recommended for further testing to determine their National Register eligibility. This management summary is intended to provide a synopsis of the archaeological testing of the seven sites and does not include any detailed analysis of the archaeological collections. It is intended only to provide the client with recommendations regarding the National Register eligibility of the sites in question and to illustrate that the proposed field work has been accomplished.


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Management and Investigation of Seven Archaeological Sites on the Poinsett Electronic Combat Range, Shaw Air Force Base, Sumter, South Carolina. ( tDAR id: 381424) ; doi:10.6067/XCV8057HC0


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min long: -80.579; min lat: 33.842 ; max long: -80.298; max lat: 34.046 ;

Individual & Institutional Roles

Contributor(s): Natalie P. Adams ; Kenneth F. Styer

Principal Investigator(s): J.W. Joseph

Project Director(s): Missy Green

Landowner(s): Shaw Air Force Base, South Carolina

Permitting Agency(s): U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Fort Worth District

Prepared By(s): New South Associates, Inc.

Submitted To(s): Geo-Marine, Inc.


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  1. Management summary of the Phase II Investigation of Seven Archaeological Sites on the Poinsett Electronic Combat Range, Shaw Air Force Base, Sumter, South Carolina (1996)
Arizona State University The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation National Science Foundation National Endowment for the Humanities Society for American Archaeology Archaeological Institute of America