VideoUSC- Lancaster Archaeology Instructor Chris Judge discovers some artifacts.
The Kolb Site
The Kolb site is located in the Great Pee Dee Heritage Preserve in Darlington County South Carolina. The site lies on a cutoff channel of the Great Pee Dee River. This meander was cut off by a land owner in the 1870’s, not by natural forces , so for most of its history it was on the main river channel.
VideoThe Department of Natural Resources showcases their work in archaeology to the public.
VideoSean Taylor demonstrates a number of primitive tools from the region.
VideoBrian Long sifts through soil for artifacts.
VideoSean Taylor shows how the Department of Natural Resources uses computers to map natural sites.
VideoTom Ray demonstrates some primitive fishing techniques and tools.
VideoTom Ray shows some nets that primitive fishermen would have used.