archeological survey of chert quarries in western Allendale County, South Carolina by Albert C. Goodyear

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  • Allendale County (S.C.),
  • South Carolina,
  • Allendale County.,
  • Allendale County

Subjects:

  • Quarries and quarrying -- South Carolina -- Allendale County.,
  • Indians of North America -- South Carolina -- Allendale County -- Antiquities.,
  • Chert -- South Carolina -- Allendale County.,
  • Allendale County (S.C.) -- Antiquities.

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Statementby Albert C. Goodyear and Tommy Charles ; with an appendix by Sam B. Upchurch.
SeriesResearch manuscript series ;, 195
ContributionsCharles, Tommy., University of South Carolina. Institute of Archeology and Anthropology.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsE78.S6 G66 1984
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Paginationxiv, 160 p. :
Number of Pages160
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL3003859M
LC Control Number84623227

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Allendale Chert is a light colored fossiliferous Coastal Plain chert. Until the 19aOs the Rice Quarry (3BAL14) was the only known outcrop and quarry in South Carolina.

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Goodyear and Tommy Charles. Research Manuscript Series South Carolina Antiquities 47(1&2): (In press). Figure 4: The Early Archaic cultural landscape of the SRS.

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Research Manuscript SeriesSouth Carolina Institute of. Allendale Chert Quarries Archeological District is a set of 14 prehistoric archaeological sites located near Martin, Allendale County, South district includes the quarries and sites related to the processing of chert located on the bank of the Savannah River at distances of up to /2 miles away from the river.

It was added to the National Register of Historic Places in An Archaeological Survey of Chert Quarries in Western Allendale County, South Carolina.

Columbia: University of South Carolina (Research Manuscript SeriesInstitute of Archaeology and Anthropology). Google Scholar. Allendale Chert Quarries Archeological District is a set of 14 prehistoric archaeological sites located near Martin, Allendale County, South Carolina.

The district includes the quarries and sites related to the processing of chert located on the bank of the Savannah. Decades of archaeological survey along the Precambrian igneous bedrock of southern Baffin Island's coast had failed to locate any reliable sources of chert T.

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Preliminary Results of the Allendale Chert Quarry Survey in Allendale County, South Carolina (Second author with Kelsey Meer, Al Goodyear, and Ryan Young. Paper presented at the Southeastern Archaeology Conference, Nashville, TN, November   Goodyear, Albert C.

Update on Research at the Topper Site. Legacy (Newsletter of the South Carolina Institute of Archaeology and Anthropology) 13(1) Goodyear, Albert C., III, and Tommy Charles An Archaeological Survey of Chert Quarries in Western Allendale County, South Carolina.

Inwe mapped surface and near-surface physical properties of a Paleo-Inuit lithic quarry site, LbDt-1, located in the interior of southern Baffin Island, Nunavut, Canada using a multi-method approach. The survey site is characterised by a dense chert flake deposit.

The purpose of the survey was to document this survey site’s surface features using three-dimensional laser scanning. Topper archaeological site, Allendale County. The University of South Carolina's SC Institute of Anthropology and Archaeology began excavating Clovis artifacts along the Savannah River in Allendale County in It became one of the most well-known Clovis sites in the US.

Point “G” is made of blue-gray chert, probably Ft. Payne chert from Tennessee. It more closely resembles a typical Quad point than any other that was recorded during the Collectors Survey; it was found in the mountains of Oconee County where a variety of bifaces made of various Tennessee cherts are not uncommon.

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Prolific Authors. who have written the most books on this subject. Alexania Easterling Lawton, 1 book Melanie A. Cabak, 1 book Albert C. Goodyear, 1 book. Lists. Book Source Institution University of South Florida Subjects / Keywords Stone implements -- Analysis Stone implements -- South Carolina -- Allendale County Dissertations, Academic -- Applied Anthropology -- Masters -- USF Title Diachronic variation in late archaic lithic technology at the Big Pine Tree site, Allendale County, South Carolina.

9 Things Archaeologists Discovered In South Carolina That Will Amaze You. South Carolina is chock full of history. One of the oldest colonies in South Carolina dates back tobut they weren’t the first to settle here.

We have discovered. Allendale County, SC (Martin vicinity) Coordinate source: Google Maps Attempted address: Mapped address: South Carolina, USA Latitude:Longitude: Check the map types dropdown for special historic layers.

Select base map. Quarries and Artifacts Christopher R. Moore and Jeffrey D. Irwin Prior to developing a sampling scheme, an effort was made to identify and map all known quarries in the Carolina Slate Belt. Site files at the North Carolina Office of State Archaeology (OSA) were reviewed, and additional information was obtained from amateur archaeologists.

Paper presented at the Annual Conference on South Carolina Archaeology, March 2,Columbia, South Carolina. Goodyear, Albert C. and Tommy Charles An Archaeological Survey of Chert Quarries in Western Allendale County, South Carolina.

South Carolina Institute of Archaeology. This book is a compilation of several major archaeological research projects ranging from Pre-Clovis through Early Archaic manifestations covering the Coastal Plain of the Southeastern United States.

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More types of chert are found in Indiana County on the Appalachian Plateau, although chert outcrops are less common, with chert occurring as massive bedded deposits or dense accumulations of river cobbles.

The results of geochemical and mineralogical approaches to chert sourcing are discussed. The Southeastern Pennsylvania Steatite Quarries. Allendale Chert Quarries Archeological District.

1 like. Allendale Chert Quarries Archeological District is a set of 14 prehistoric archaeological sites. Radiocarbon tests of carbonized plant remains where artifacts were unearthed last May along the Savannah River in Allendale County by University of South Carolina.

North Carolina Archaeology is published jointly by the Research Laboratories of Archaeology and the North Carolina Archaeological Society.; Volumes 1 to 67 ( to ) are available online. Volumes 1 to 38 are accessible in pdf format as scanned page images; later volumes are accessible as text-searchable pdf files.

In his treatise on stone tools made and used by ancient American Indians, archeologist William Henry Holmes described major chert and obsidian quarry sites across the United States.

He highlighted two novaculite quarries in Garland County, Arkansas, now designated 3GA22 and 3GA48 in the Arkansas Archeological Survey’s AMASDA database. At the Topper site (38AL23), located at the Allendale County, South Carolina chert quarries, in a 2x2 m test unit opened inGoodyear (b,n.d., Goodyear et al.

) found a small concentration of chert cobbles at a depth of ca. cm below the ground surface, that appeared to represent a Paleoindian cultural feature, possibly a.

In his treatise on stone tools made and used by ancient American Indians, archeologist William Henry Holmes described major chert and obsidian quarry sites across the United States. He highlighted two novaculite quarries in Garland County, Arkansas, now designated 3GA22 and 3GA48 in the Arkansas Archeological Survey’s AMASDA database.

"Update on the Activities of the Southeastern Paleoamerican Survey" (Albert C. Goodyear, Legacy 17(1)) "Clovis Lithic Manufacturing Variability at the Allendale Chert Quarries: A Preliminary View from 38AL, Allendale County, South Carolina" (Andrew James Weidman, M.A.

Thesis, University of Tennessee). Goodyear, Albert C. III, and Charles, Tommy An Archaeological Survey of Chert Quarries in Western Allendale County, South Carolina.

Research Manuscript Series South Carolina Institute of Archaeology and Anthropology, University of South Carolina, Columbia.

That's what Wikipedia says so its true right?In South Carolina some really old artifacts are dating b g through layer after layer of cultures is what archaeologists, have had to do to produce these dates.

Albert Goodyear, who is the lead Archaeologist for the Allendale PaleoIndian Expedition has found hearths and chert stones at.Stone quarries in the present-day state park were opened by. and continued in operation through. (Bradley. ). The main product of these quarries was paving stones, known in the trade as "basalt blocks" (Crawford.

). Millions of hand­ cut basalt blocks were hauled from the quarries .The Topper site, 38AL23, is a large prehistoric archae - ological site focused on a chert quarry, a type of flint, on the banks of the Savannah River in Allendale County, South Carolina.

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