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Historical, architectural, & archeological research at Brattonsville (38YK21), York County, South Carolina

Joseph C. Wilkins

Historical, architectural, & archeological research at Brattonsville (38YK21), York County, South Carolina

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Published by Division of Advanced Studies and Research, Institute of Archeology and Anthropology, University of South Carolina. in Columbia, S.C .
Written in English

    Places:
  • South Carolina,
  • Brattonsville.
    • Subjects:
    • Brattonsville, S.C. Colonel William C. Bratton House.,
    • Excavations (Archaeology) -- South Carolina -- Brattonsville.

    • Edition Notes

      Bibliography: leaves 61-64.

      Other titlesHistorical, architectural, & archeological research at Brattonsville ...
      Statementby Joseph C. Wilkins, Howell C. Hunter, Jr., and Richard F. Carrillo ; prepared by the Institute of Archeology and Anthropology, University of South Carolina.
      SeriesResearch manuscript series ;, no. 76, Research manuscript series ;, 76.
      ContributionsHunter, Howell C., joint author., Carrillo, Richard F., joint author., University of South Carolina. Institute of Archeology and Anthropology.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsF279.B76 W54
      The Physical Object
      Paginationv, 72 leaves :
      Number of Pages72
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL5018865M
      LC Control Number76622773

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Historical, architectural, & archeological research at Brattonsville (38YK21), York County, South Carolina by Joseph C. Wilkins Download PDF EPUB FB2

HISTORICAL, ARCHITECTURAL, & ARCHEOLOGICAL RESEARCH AT BRATTONSVILLE (38YK2l), YORK COUNTY, SOUTH CAROLINA by Joseph C. Wilkins, Howell C. Hunter, Jr., and Richard F. Carrillo Research Manuscript Series, No. 76 This project has been partially funded with assistance from the National Park Service, Department of the Interior,Cited by: 1.

Cite this Record. Historical, Architectural, and Archaeological Research at Brattonsville (38Yk21) York County, South Carolina. Joseph C. Wilkins, Howell C. Hunter Cited by: 1. Cite this Record. Historical, Architectural, and Archaeological Research at Brattonsville (38Yk21), York County, South Carolina.

Historical 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, architectural, 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.

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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.

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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.

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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.

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Keeping the aim of the study of make an overview on archaeological museum designs with re-used historical buildings, the significance of the research is also tackled which is bringing together the ‘underground heritage’ and.

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Recently, the long-anticipated opening of the battleground of the Revolutionary Battle of Huck’s Defeat took place at Historic Brattonsville. The culmination of thousands of hours of study, digging, research, and fundraising was a magical moment for so many who have worked for this day since the s.

Samuel B. Mendenhall, a long-term proponent of preservation. The Homestead House was built between and This is where Dr. John Bratton and his family resided. He was a physician, as well as a farmer, and his success in agriculture, growing grains and cotton, along with his medical practice, provided the wealth needed to expand Brattonsville beyond the expectations of his parents.

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 Bratton’s, a prominent York County family. Architectural & Cultural History John Quincy Adams () began construction of a library and cultural center in memory of his late wife Marilla Phipps Adams.

Ground was broken October 2, and construction completed one year later. Adams presented the Adams Memorial Library to the community during formal dedicatory exercises October. The Center for Historical Archaeology is a non-profit scientific organization based in Melbourne, Florida.

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The new road run-ning from Erving through Gill was called the French King Highway. While people started calling the road the Mohawk Trail in the early s, the State officially designated both the east and westFile Size: 1MB. Pre-Historic Archeological Assets. Pre-historic archeological assets relate to Native American settlement and tend to date prior to about According to the Maine Historic Preservation Commission (MHPC), there are two known pre-historic archeological sites in Hallowell.

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Changes in Pearlware Dinnerware. For almost 3 decades York County’s Historic Brattonsville has put on a reenactment of a battle from the Civil War.

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Commerce Drive, Suite A. Richburg, SC Telephone: Fax: Toll free: Historic Brattonsville is a acre historic site that includes a Revolutionary War battlefield. Each July a two-day event commemorating the Battle of Huck's Defeat (a revolutionary war skirmish) is recreated near its original battlefield site.

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