An archaeological survey of phase I of the Walling Grove Plantation development, Ladys Island, Beaufort County, South Carolina

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Trinkley, Michael
Chicora Foundation
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1989-06
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Walling Grove Plantation Site (S.C.) , Plantations--South Carolina--Ladys Island , Ladies Island (S.C.)--Antiquities , Indians of North America--South Carolina--Ladys Island , Excavations (Archaeology)--South Carolina--Ladys Island
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Research series (Chicora Foundation) 16
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This study represents a preliminary historical and intensive archaeological survey of the 37 .5 acre Phase I portion of the Walling Grove Plantation development, situated on the north end of Ladys Island at the confluence of Broomfield Creek and the Coosaw River. The primary purpose of this investigation was to identify and assess the archaeological remains present in the proposed development, although secondary goals were to examine the relationship between aboriginal and historic settlement patterns and soil types and to explore the economic activity associated with what appeared to be a small, but successful, antebellum plantation, known as St . Queuntens.
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