Historical documentation : St. Matthews railroad cut (38Cl67), Calhoun County, South Carolina : final report
South Carolina Department of Transportation
Reed, Mary Beth
New South Associates
Railroads--South Carolina--St. Matthews--History , Railroad tracks--South Carolina--St. Matthews--History , Slave labor--South Carolina--St. Matthews--History , Saint Matthews (S.C.)--History
A proposed SCDOT project in the area of the cut in the town of St. Matthews consists of the widening of the US 601 from US 176 to SC 6 in the town of St. Matthews. During the survey phase of this project, it was determined by SCDOT, in consultation with the SHPO, that the railroad cut was a National Register of Historic Places eligible archaeological site (38Cl67) because of its potential to yield further information about the role of enslaved African-Americans in railroad construction.
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