Information on this project can be found on our Canoes page.
Cooper River Survey
Sport diver Doug Boehme analyses the Native American lithics of a Cooper River dive site and discovers a prehistoric site now submerged.
The Division worked with the Georgia Department of Natural Resources and a group of sport divers to map a mile-long stretch of the Chattahoochee River in Georgia as part of the first combined advocational/professional underwater archaeology project in the state.
Please visit our Cooper River Heritage Trail page for information on the Mepkin Wreck.
An anaylisis of the historic ceramics from a plantation in the Combahee River leads to conclusions about the lifestyle of the people that lived there throughout history.
Several avocationals and the Division worked together to conserve a 3000 pound rudder brought up by shimpers off Charleston.
Division Archaeologists worked with a few members of the public to investigate a beached wreck on the Wando River.
South Carolina sport divers Drew Ruddy, Steve Howard, and Jim Batey conduct investigations at Willtown Bluff in the Edisto River, South Carolina.