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At the request of the Soil Conservation Service an archeological survey was conducted by the Institute of Archeology and Anthropology, University of South Carolina on three proposed reservoir projects in the South Tyger River Watershed, Greenville County, South Carolina. The survey took place in February 1975 and revealed eight previously unrecorded sites in the watershed area. None of these sites are of a significance to warrant further extensive investigation, and there is little possibility that the reservoir projects will destroy any significant archeological sites.
The South Carolina Institute of Archeology and Anthropology--University of South Carolina
Excavations, Greenville County, Soil Conservation Service, South Tyger River Watershed, South Carolina, Archeology
Hartley, Michael O., "Archeological Survey of the South Tyger Watershed" (1975). Research Manuscript Series. 59.