All That Remains: The Traditional Architecture and Engineering Structures of the Richard B. Russel Multiple Resource Area, Georgia and South Carolina. Appendix B.
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The Russell MRA is located in the Piedmont region of Georgia and South Carolina, and includes lands along the Savannah River valley, its tributary streams and valleys, and adjacent uplands. Portions of Elbert and Hart counties, Georgia, and Abbeville and Anderson counties, South Carolina, are the political boundaries within which the MRA lies. The documentation of the historic resources within the MRA was undertaken by the Historic American Buildings Survey, National Park Service, Department of the Interior. The project was administered by Interagency Archeological Services, Atlanta, Georgia, with funds provided by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Savannah DIstrict Office, in compliance with Section 106 of the National Historic Preservation Act, Executive Order 11593, and P. L. 93-291 as a part of the cultural resources mitigation program for the Richard B Russell dam and lake project. The inked drawings presented here represent those properties with significant buildings or structures considered eligible to be listed in the National Register of Historic Places. Site plans, floor plans, elevations, and construction detail are offered as documentation of the valuable resource.
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