Indian and freedmen occupation at the Fish Haul Site (38BU805), Beaufort County, South Carolina
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SubjectExcavations (Archaeology)--South Carolina--Hilton Head Island; Hilton Head Island (S.C.)--Antiquities; Freedmen--South Carolina--Hilton Head Island; African Americans--South Carolina--Hilton Head Island; Indians of North America--South Carolina--Hilton Head Island
This survey was done to assess the archaeological significance of the site.
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