Greenville County, South Carolina historic resources survey : Greenville County, South Carolina : final report

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Brockington and Associates, Inc.
South Carolina Department of Archives and History
Greenville County Recreation District (S.C.)
Stallings, Patricia
Owens, Sheldon
Pruitt, Ashley
Sexton, Cameron
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2013-10
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Historic buildings--South Carolina--Greenville County , Historic sites--South Carolina--Greenville County , Cultural property--Protection--South Carolina--Greenville County
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In 2013, Brockington and Associates conducted a historical resources survey of unincorporated Greenville County for the Greenville County Recreation District and the South Carolina Department of Archives and History (SCDAH). The objective of this survey was survey was to identify a sample of 1,100 aboveground historic architectural resources in the survey universe that retain sufficient integrity to be included in the South Carolina Statewide Survey of Historic Properties (SSHP). These resources include buildings, structures, objects, districts and landscapes that have architectural or historical significance. During the course of the historic architectural survey of unincorporated Greenville County, we identified 1,100 historic architectural resources of which 20 are recommended individually eligible for listing in the [National Register of Historic Properties]. An additional six areas are recommended for future intensive survey, as they have the potential to be NRHP-eligible districts. These include Conestee Mill Village, the Piedmont Mill Village, the communities of Slater and Fork Shoals, and the communities surrounding the Union and Renfrew Bleacheries. The remaining resources of the survey universe are recommended not eligible for listing.
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South Carolina State Library
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Copyright status undetermined. For more information contact, South Carolina State Library, 1500 Senate Street, Columbia, South Carolina 29201.
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