Sugarloaf Mountain

(Wildlife Refuge)

 
Portion of NAPP infrared photograph of Carolina Sandhills National Wildlife Refuge (1989). Portion of Middendorf USGS quadrangle (1968).

Cartographic Products:

Sugarloaf                                                                          Sugarloaf
       (NAPP)                                                                          (Topo Map)   

Sugarloaf Litho Map                                  Sugarloaf Topo Map

SC MAPS Order Form (.xls format)

Rationale

 Background Information
    Description of Landforms
        Characteristic Landforms of the Sandhills / Midlands
        Geographic Features of Special Interest
        Fall Line Zone
        Sandhills Soils
    Influence of Topography on Historical Events and Cultural Trends
        Landforms Influenced the Development of Cities
        Choosing a New Site for the Capital
        Laying Out the City of Columbia
        The Columbia Canal and Water Transportation
        The Secession Convention and the Onset of the Civil War
        Sherman's March Through South Carolina
        The Fall of Columbia
        Preservation of Historic Homes
    Natural Resources, Land Use, and Environmental Concerns
        Climate and Water Resources
        Agriculture and Forestry
        Carolina Sandhills National Wildlife Refuge
        Unique Natural Habitats in the Sandhills
        Clay Deposits
        The Pottery Industry

Study Site 4C--Sugarloaf Mountain (Wildlife Refuge)
    Brief Site Description