Archaeological Dig at Robertson Farm
Sifting through the caked, red soil at a dig site near the south Saluda River, near S.C. 288 on private property near Robertson’s Farm, west of Marietta, researchers have unearthed pieces of ancient history they hope will provide a glimpse of early life in the Upstate.
Since 2003, the archaeologists and volunteers returned each year for one month to Pickens County to the resting place for American Indian artifacts, a spot that has been occupied off and on for the last 10,000 years.
For an update on the status of this archeological dig or to check on the possibility of volunteering to help on this project contacts are: Tommy Charles, (803) 791-3703, [email protected]; Dr. Terry A. Ferguson, Wofford College,(864) 597-4527, [email protected]@gmail.com;
Carl Steen, Diachronic Foundation (Columbia)m(803) 782-8789, http://diachronic.us, [email protected]
- Highway 288
Pickens, SC 29671
- (803) 791-3703