Welcome to the Lord Ashley Site!

I interrupt the Lawton and Basinger series to introduce you to a new blog! I love puzzles, and archaeology, and dirt, so what’s not to love about the Lord Ashley site? And y’all know he’s probably related to Sugar….

The Lord Ashley Site

Our next archaeological field season is just around the corner (and this blog is a way for YOU to be a part of it as it is happening!  Join this blog by clicking on “Follow blog via e-mail” (to the right, below) and entering your email address.  Each time there is a new entry, you will receive an email message that will link you to the blog to find out new information and see any photos.  The Lord Ashley site presents us with an incredible opportunity to learn about the early colonial history of our state – we hope you will explore it with us….

As background…..

As part of Historic Charleston Foundation’s initiative to expand the Ashley River National Register District, a team of local archaeologists and HCF staff conducted archaeological testing and limited excavation in 2009 on a privately owned property along the upper reaches of the Ashley…

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