2 edition of Historical, architectural, & archeological research at Brattonsville (38YK21), York County, South Carolina found in the catalog.
Historical, architectural, & archeological research at Brattonsville (38YK21), York County, South Carolina
Joseph C. Wilkins
by Division of Advanced Studies and Research, Institute of Archeology and Anthropology, University of South Carolina. in Columbia, S.C
Written in English
Bibliography: leaves 61-64.
|Other titles||Historical, architectural, & archeological research at Brattonsville ...|
|Statement||by Joseph C. Wilkins, Howell C. Hunter, Jr., and Richard F. Carrillo ; prepared by the Institute of Archeology and Anthropology, University of South Carolina.|
|Series||Research manuscript series ;, no. 76, Research manuscript series ;, 76.|
|Contributions||Hunter, Howell C., joint author., Carrillo, Richard F., joint author., University of South Carolina. Institute of Archeology and Anthropology.|
|LC Classifications||F279.B76 W54|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||v, 72 leaves :|
|Number of Pages||72|
|LC Control Number||76622773|
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HISTORICAL, ARCHITECTURAL, & ARCHEOLOGICAL RESEARCH AT BRATTONSVILLE (38YK2l), YORK COUNTY, SOUTH CAROLINA by Joseph C. Wilkins, Howell C. Hunter, Jr., and Richard F.
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Joseph C. Wilkins, Howell C. Hunter Cited by: 1. c. Oral tradition from Virginia Bratton, given to Senator Sam Mendenhall of York County, states that the present Col. Bratton Revolutionary House was built about this time. (Wilkins, et. al., Historical, Architectural, and Archeological Research at Brattonsville, 21) J Will of John Bratton, Camden District.
Historical, architectural, archeological, and cultural resources encompass a range of sites, properties, and physical resources relating to human activities, society, and cultural institutions.
Such resources include past and present expressions of human culture and history in the physicalFile Size: KB. Historic Brattonsville features over thirty colonial and antebellum structures, including two house museums.
Historical plantation spreads over acres and includes farmed land with heritage breed animals, a Revolutionary War battlefield site with interpretive trail, and a nature preserve with miles of walking trails.
Seasonal events, reenactments, and living history programs interpret life in the. Brattonsville Rd, McConnells, SC Open today: Closed. Review Highlights. “Living History Museum” This plantation open to the public has knowledgeable staff who demonstrate various activies needed read more. Reviewed Octo Jacksonville, Florida.
“Historic Historical It was a joy to see the old homes /5(). Historic Brattonsville. 6, likes talking about this 3, were here. Historic Brattonsville is a living history farm presenting the history of the Scots-Irish and African-Americans in the /5(45).
Historic Brattonsville presents the history of the Scots-Irish and African-Americans in the South Carolina upcountry largely through preserving and interpreting the story of the Bratton community. Featuring more than 30 historic structures from the s to the late 19th century, the site provides visitors with an opportunity to see the.
The Brattonsville Historic District is a historic district and unincorporated community in York County, South Carolina.
It includes three homes built between and by the Brattons, a prominent family of York County. It was named to the National Register of Historic Places in Contributing properties.
The Revolutionary House, built in by Colonel William Bratton (who fought Nearest city: McConnells, South Carolina. Historic Brattonsville presents the history of the Scots-Irish and African Americans in the South Carolina upcountry largely through preserving and interpreting the story of the Bratton community.
This site has more than 30 historic structures from the s to the late 19th century, including an original brick slave cabin. This site celebrates the rich heritage of [ ].
Brattonsville Historical Marker | Historic Brattonsville. Download ( KB) Share to google classroom. Description/Standards Tabs. Description. This historical marker was erected at Brattonsville by the York County Historical Commission in * Please note that more is known today about the history of the Bratton family than was known in.
Historic Brattonsville is listed in the National Register: Brattonsville is a small but important area of York County significant for its architectural record of South Carolina development.
Brattonsville Historic District includes three distinctive homes built between and by. The Archaeological Society of South Carolina has been in operation since Our goal is to share information about South Carolina’s archaeological heritage.
We do this through our annual conference, which is held in the Spring, a Fall Field Day event, a quarterly newsletter, and via the internet with this website and our Facebook page. This report contains historical and architectural data relative to the United States Army, Corps of Engineers, Burnsville Lake Project, Braxton County, West Virginia.
The information was compiled for use by the Corps in their developement of an Historic Area at the project site. Historical and Archeological Resources AUG Similarly, archaeological excavations are conducted when disturbance is threatened, but other currently unknown archaeological sites may exist within the study area.
Therefore, further investigation for archaeological resources may be required in future phases of the Study. The National Register of Historic Places defines an archeological site as "the place or places where the remnants of a past culture survive in a physical context that allows for the interpretation of these remains" (National Register Bulle "Guidelines for Evaluating and Registering Historical Archeological Sites and Districts").
One of. The most recent archeological work, except for utility monitoring using NPS resource personnel, was the assessment of 44WM, the Memorial House, and Building X area on Burnt House Point carried out by the William and Mary Center for Archeological Research (Monroe and Lewes ).
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– Photographs, architectural overview. History of Brattonsville: Click here. Descendants of Brattonsville's Enslaved Meet with the Slave Cabin Project - Joseph McGill, a program officer for the National Trust for Historic Preservation, documents his overnight stay in a slave cabin at Brattonsville Plantation in November Print Resources?.
Historic Brattonsville – Christmas Candlelight Tour Brattonsville Road, McConnells, SC Christmas Candlelight Tour. Walk the candlelit paths of Historic Brattonsville, and experience a Southern-style Christmas in the Carolina Backcountry. Costumed interpreters tell the stories of people who lived here long ago.The chapter familiarizes the aim of the research, giving an idea of the topic before going to depth.
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