Beaufort County above-ground historic resources survey of Beaufort County, South Carolina
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Brockington and Associates
Harvey, Bruce G. (Bruce Gordon), 1963-
SubjectHistoric buildings--South Carolina--Beaufort County; Architectural surveys--South Carolina--Beaufort County; Historic sites--South Carolina--Beaufort County; Beaufort County (S.C.)--History; Beaufort County (S.C.)--Antiquities
The objective of this survey has been to identify all above ground historic resources in the survey area of Beaufort County. These resources include a wide variety of cultural remains, including buildings, structures, sites, objects, districts, and landscapes that have architectural or historical significance. The project is designed to provide information to public officials throughout Beaufort County to allow them to make informed decisions regarding the impact of development and other public activities on Beaufort County’s cultural resources, and to set priorities for the protection and use of these resources.
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