Roupelmond : an eighteenth and nineteenth century interior St. Helena Parish plantation, Beaufort County, South Carolina
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SubjectRoupelmond Plantation (S.C.)--History; Excavations (Archaeology)--South Carolina--Beaufort County; Plantation life--South Carolina--Beaufort County; Beaufort County (S.C.)--Antiquities
Roupelmond Plantation, also known as Ferry Plantation (38BU1689) is situated in northern Beaufort County, South Carolina, just east of the U.S. 21 crossing of Whale Branch. Chicora Foundation conducted data recovery excavations at the site in late 1997, focusing on two areas - the main house, situated adjacent to the water and the slave settlement, situated further inland. A series of two block excavations were opened in the main house area, with an additional two excavation areas in the vicinity of the slave settlement. This work was conducted to assist the Beaufort County School Board comply with the provisions of the Coastal Zone Management Act.
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