2 edition of archeological preservation plan for South Carolina found in the catalog.
archeological preservation plan for South Carolina
Robert L. Stephenson
by Division of Advanced Studies and Research, Institute of Archeology and Anthropology, University of South Carolina in Columbia
Written in English
Bibliography: leaves 60-70.
|Statement||by Robert L. Stephenson ; prepared by the Institute of Archeology and Anthropology, University of South Carolina.|
|Series||Research manuscript series - Institute of Archeology and Ahthropology, University of South Carolina ; no. 84|
|Contributions||University of South Carolina. Institute of Archeology and Anthropology.|
|LC Classifications||F271 .S73|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||70 leaves ;|
|Number of Pages||70|
|LC Control Number||76622783|
The preservation of graveyards involves a wide range of disciplines, including landscape architecture, historic and archival research, conservation, and at times even a structural engineer. In other words, it is unlikely that any one organization can do everything on any cemetery preservation project. Archaeological Preservation Plan for South Carolina () DOCUMENT Citation Only Robert L. Stephenson. This resource is a citation record only, the Center for .
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AN ARCHEOIDGICAL PRESERVATION PIAN FOR SOUTH CAROLINA by Robert L. Stephenson State Archeologist and Director Institute of Archeology and Anthropology INTRODUCTION This ARCHEOL(X}ICAL PRESERVATION PLAN is a part of the STATE HISTORIC PRESERVATION PIAN FOR SOUTH CAROLINA and pertains to the archeological heritage of the State.
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AN ARCHAEOLOGICAL PRESERVATION PLAN FOR CHARLESTON, SOUTH CAROLINA by Martha A. Zierden and Jeanne A. Calhoun Elaine B. Herold, Principal Investigator The Charleston Museum Archaeological Contributions 1 Submitted to The City of Charleston, South Carolina Aug Preserving Our Past to Build a Healthy Future: A Historic Preservation Plan for South Carolina, SHPO Preservation Hotlines.
SHPO Recognition. Smiling Faces Historic Places: The Economic Benefits of Historic Preservation in Archeological preservation plan for South Carolina book Carolina South Carolina's Historic Cemeteries: A Preservation Handbook South Carolina Historical Markers, A Guidebook South Carolina Historical.
archaeological ﬁeldwork and reporting in the state of South Carolina. It offers guidance to project archaeologists, administrators, and other interested parties who prepare reports and case studies like those initiated or conditioned by Section of the National Historic Preservation Act (NHPA) of.
The SHPO does not, however, manage or maintain the state’s archaeological site files. Those files are managed by the South Carolina Institute of Archaeology and Anthropology (SCIAA), see below.
If you have questions about the SHPO’s role in the review and compliance process or need assistance, please contact our staff archaeologist.
SC ArchSite is the online Geographic Information System (GIS) that combines archaeological site file information maintained by the SC Institute of Archaeology and Anthropology (SCIAA) and above-ground historic and architectural properties information maintained by the SC Department of Archives and History (SCDAH).
R esearchers can use SC ArchSite to help determine if a cultural resources. ArchSite Office: Direct Line: Fax: Email the ArchSite administrator. The South Carolina Institute of Archaeology and Anthropology (SCIAA) and the South Carolina Department of Archives and History (SCDAH) are pleased to offer ArchSite, an online cultural resource information system for the state of South Carolina.
ArchSite combines data from the state's archaeological and built heritage to provide researchers with an online source for cultural resource.
Cite this Record. Archaeological Preservation Plan for South Carolina. Robert L. Stephenson. (tDAR id: ). For additional information regarding historic preservation laws and regulations in South Carolina you can contact the South Carolina Department of Archives and you would like information regarding these issues at a national level two good places to begin is at the Advisory Council on Historic Preservation and the National Register of Historic Places.
The South Carolina Department of Archives and History is an independent state agency whose mission is to preserve and promote the documentary and cultural heritage of the Palmetto State.
The department houses one of the most comprehensive state archival collections in the nation, spanning more than years of South Carolina history. Get this from a library. Preliminary report: an archaeological preservation plan for Charleston, South Carolina.
[Martha A Zierden; Jeanne A Calhoun]. The State Historic Preservation Office (SHPO) consults with DHEC-OCRM and applicants concerning the effect projects requiring DHEC-OCRM certification or permits may have on historic properties listed in or eligible for listing in the National Register of Historic Places.
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It took almost a decade, but the preservation efforts to repair the South Carolina Memorial Garden, in Columbia, Richland County, South Carolina, paid off.
In an ice storm in South Carolina inflicted heavy damage on the trees and shrubs that were the living history of American landscape architect Loutrel W. Briggs’ vision for the. Cite this Record. Archaeological Preservation Plan for Charleston, South Carolina.
Martha Zierden, Jeanne Calhoun. (tDAR id: ). A Historic Preservation Plan for South Carolina State Historic Preservation Office and archaeological sites reflecting the history of the state f B.C. through the books, viewing television programs and movies, or studying history in school.
Historic sites provided. The plan outlines priorities for preservation in place and prescribes a series of decision-making steps to be followed in the event a project is planned that n-dght disturb the archeological site.
It goes on to set forth a modest interpretive plan, including preparation of a flyer and additions to a nature trail. Review & Compliance/Section Although the legal power to protect historic buildings, structures, sites, objects, and districts rests primarily with local governments, federal and state laws provide some protection for historic properties affected by projects that involve federal or.
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