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Last Updated: May 23rd, 2010 - 21:01:09


History & Statistics on South Carolina
By ClassBrain Staff
Aug 4, 2006, 18:39 PST

An Interactive Chronicle of South Carolina History
This section of the Palmetto Experience is designed especially for K-12 students and teachers. You will find information, enrichment exercises, and fun activities related to South Carolina history at this great site.
Source: Furman University

South Carolina Interactive Timeline
This fun and interactive site covers South Carolina's history from 13,000 B.C. to 1998.
Source: Furman University

A Brief History of South Carolina
This site gives you access to great information about South Carolina's history.
Source: State of South Carolina

South Carolina Constitution
Read the South Carolina Constitution in its original language at this fascinating site.
Source: South Carolina State House

Historical Firsts of South Carolina
See a list of all of South Carolina's amazing firsts at this website. From the first slave uprising to the first tea planted, they have it all.
Source: South Carolina Information Highway

A Brief History
Read a brief history of how South Carolina became a state and more. As you read through, click on highlighted words to get more information about famous people and places.
Source: South Carolina State Library

Historic Places of the Civil Rights Movement
Find out which locations are famous in South Carolina on this list of historic locations of the Civil Rights Movement.
Source: The National Register of Historic Places

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