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Archeological sampling at Fort Johnson, South Carolina (38CH275 and 38CH16)

Stanley A. South

Archeological sampling at Fort Johnson, South Carolina (38CH275 and 38CH16)

by Stanley A. South

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Published by The Institute in Columbia .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Fort Johnson (S.C.)
    • Subjects:
    • Fort Johnson (S.C.)

    • Edition Notes

      Bibliography: p. 72-75.

      Statementby Stanley South and Randolph Widmer ; prepared by the Institute of Archeology and Anthropology, University of South Carolina.
      SeriesResearch manuscript series ;, no. 93, Research manuscript series ;, 93.
      ContributionsWidmer, Randolph J., University of South Carolina. Institute of Archeology and Anthropology.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsF279.C48 F677
      The Physical Object
      Paginationvii, 75 p. :
      Number of Pages75
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL4694330M
      LC Control Number77620742

        The Topper site was first identified in by Goodyear, who is now a semi-retired University of South Carolina archaeologist, along with the help of a local forester named John Topper. Ancient Americans came to Topper to retrieve Allendale Coastal Plain chert, a prized variety of stone for use in the making of projectile points. The following is a list of archaeological resources. Please select one of the following topics to see a list of useful links pertaining to the topic. State Federal Societies Preservation Organizations Volunteer Opportunities, Jobs, and Field Schools Ethnic Sites Museums and Parks Military Site Preservation and History Organizations About Our State Online Texts Map Resources Material Culture.

      Official archaeological excavations begun in , led Dr. Stanley South to confirm the exact location of the fort by During and , Dr. Lawrence Babits of East Carolina University, a scholar trained in archaeology, military architecture and history, reevaluated the results of all previous archeological work and performed additional archaeology to clarify certain issues. An Archaeological Survey of the Proposed Alternate Two Routes of the Southeastern Beltway Between SC Route 48 and I–26, Richland–Lexington Counties, South Carolina, August Article Jan

      State Archaeologist Jonathan Leader talks about the S.C. Institute of Archaeology and Anthropology's new book, "Archaeology in South Carolina." The book is a sampling of decades of archaeological. Preservation Office, South Carolina Institute of Archaeology and Anthropology, Natalie Adams, Lesley Drucker, Jonathan Leader, Chad Long, Valerie Marcil, Robert Morgan, Eric Poplin, and Carl Steen. 1. S OUTH C AROLINA S TANDARDS AND G UIDELINES FOR A RCHAEOLOGICAL I NVESTIGATIONS. C. ONTENTS. I. INTRODUCTION 3.


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