An Archaeological study of Willbrook, Oatland, and Turkey Hill Plantations, Waccamaw Neck, Georgetown County, S.C.
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SubjectWillbrook Plantation Site (S.C.); Oatland Plantation Site (S.C.); Turkey Hill Plantation Site (S.C.); Georgetown County (S.C.)--Antiquities; Excavations (Archaeology)--South Carolina--Georgetown County; Plantation life--South Carolina--Georgetown County--History
This study represents a preliminary historical and archaeological survey of the 2400 acre Willbrook Plantation development. The primary purpose of this study is to assess these previously identified sites, conduct spot checks on the 2400 acres for additional sites, and incorporate historical, architectural, and underwater archaeological investigations. Secondary goals are to examine the relationship between aboriginal and historic settlement patterns and soil types, to examine the diversity of the aboriginal occupation and associated pottery, and to evaluate the degree of diversity in the archaeological remains from the three plantations.
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