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Archaeological Research Collective Inc

Archaeological Research Collective Inc

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A nonprofit organization dedicated to the preservation of SC's history & culture through historical archaeology, research, public outreach, & education

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Archaeological Research Collective Inc
8 places updated July 17, 2014
Places people can visit that have ongoing archaeological excavations or exhibits.
Archaeological Research Collective Inc
15 places updated
15 places including Middleton Place, The Charleston Museum, Aiken-Rhett House, Avery Research Center, College of Charleston
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    "On the King Street side of Marion Square there are the remnants of a 1780 Horn Work from the Siege of Charleston."
    Park
    · Charleston, United States
    8.2
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    "The c.1896 Post Office is the oldest continually operating post office in the Carolinas. They have a Postal Museum that has artifacts, images, and explanations of early postal history."
    Post Office
    · Charleston, United States
    6.0
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    "Their historical archaeologists have used their research to inform and better understand the lives and activities of the past inhabitants of Drayton Hall."
    History Museum
    · Charleston, United States
    8.3
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    "They have on-site archaeological excavations & accept volunteers. They also have standing historical structures and special events."
    State / Provincial Park
    · Summerville, United States
    7.7
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    "They have on-site archaeological excavations & accept volunteers. Archaeology also helped inform some of the park design & recreations. There is a great museum in the visitors center."
    Park
    · Charleston, United States
    8.7
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    "Their permanent displays have artifacts recovered archaeologically, and they have rotating exhibits that commonly have artifacts from excavations."
    History Museum
    · Charleston, United States
    8.2