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Putative structures and salinity gradients at the Sewee Shell Ring, South Carolina: Evidence for ancient control of freshwater resources

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The Sewee shell ring, built during the Late Archaic Period, is located on the lower coastal plain of South Carolina. The structural features that appear to have controlled freshwater at the Sewee shell ring are similar to water control dams and weirs identified at South American archaeological sites.