A heritage resources management plan for Greenville County, South Carolina : our gift to the future
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Greenville County Redevelopment Authority
Greenville County Historic Preservation Commission
South Carolina Department of Archives and History
SubjectNatural resources--South Carolina--Greenville--Management; Greenville County (S.C.)--Antiquities--Conservation and restoration; Historic sites--Conservation and restoration--South Carolina--Greenville County; Conservation of natural resources--South Carolina--Greenville County
The study incorporated an examination of the current archaeological understanding of Greenville County, exploration of current archaeological research questions relevant to the project area, an exploration of many of the historic documents available for the county, public outreach, examination of a variety of different preservation approaches, and recordation of a broad range of resources on consolidated maps. The goal of the study was two-fold: first, to develop a baseline study and inventory of Greenville's heritage resources and second, to offer recommendations concerning how these heritage resources could be managed for the long-term benefit of the community.
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