Intensive archaeological survey of a 10 acre portion of the Seaside Plantation tract, Charleston County, South Carolina
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SubjectArchaeological surveying--South Carolina--Charleston County; Charleston County (S.C.)--Antiquities; Kitchen-middens--South Carolina--Charleston County
This study presents the results of an intensive level archaeological survey of a 10 acre portion of a 37.3 acres tract located east of Secessionville Road on the Seaside Plantation development tract. This work was recommended by the State Historic Preservation Officer in response to a previous reconnaissance level investigation which identified two small eroding shell middens (38CH1514 and 38CH1515). This intensive study, exploring the area between the siege line and the marsh frontage, failed to identify any new archaeological remains.
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