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Pre-Historic Indian Village, Calhoun County (Address Restricted)
(Arant’s Field) This site is significant for its potential to yield information regarding culture-chronology studies involving the Carolina Lowlands. The area was occupied in the Archaic Period, probably by small groups of hunter-gatherers exploiting the Riverine based flora and fauna which occurred nearby. Subsequently, during the first millennium AD, a large agricultural community was situated in the area. It is probable that the occupation was temporal, short, and rather intense. In view of the cross-areal ceramic comparison, a tentative date of ca. 500 AD may be assigned to the latter occupation. The site is located atop a bluff about 250 feet above mean sea level, and pot sherds and flint flakes have been found in abundance. Listed in the National Register July 30, 1974.
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