Mobley Oaks Rd.;(Beaufort County)
R600 010 000 0104 0000
December 16 1997
Vacant/Not In Use
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Foundation piers were recycled from an earlier building, which may have been at a different location on the island.
Exterior framing may have been replaced.
One of 35 nearly-identical tenant cabins built for William M. Copp. He purchased Spring Island in 1920 and began planting truck crops (potatoes, lettuce, tomatoes) with laborers who lived in the cabins he built. The farming ended about the time of Worl
Source of Historical Information:
Michael Trinkley, ed., The Second Phase of Archaeological Survey on Spring Island, Beaufort County, South Carolina: Investigation of Prehistoric and Historic Settlement Patterns on an Isolated Sea Island, Chicora Foundation Research Series 20 (Columbia