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Why was South Carolina named South Carolina?

South Carolina was named South Carolina because of King Charles The Second. His name in Latin was Carolas. They changed it to Carolina. The original colony was the Carolin (MORE)

What is the frost line in South Carolina?

In most of SC the frost line is 10 inches (0.25 meter) below grade. In the mountains of SC it's 20 inches/0.50 meters. See the related link below. EVENTUALLY they get to the f (MORE)

What are the agricultural products of South Carolina?

Besides the main agricultural products of tobacco, cotton, soy bean, and peach, South Carolina also produces apples, barley, beans, berries, corn, canola, cucumber, hay, kiwi (MORE)

Why were North Carolina and South Carolina founded?

Eight English Noblemen were assigned rights to the Province of  Carolina. These eight Lords Proprietor set about colonizing  Carolina and designing laws. The settlers did no (MORE)

When did South Carolina separate from North Carolina?

They divided in 1712. Carolina began as a proprietary colony, that is, one owned and operated by private individuals instead of the government. In the case of Carolina these (MORE)

Who discovered South and North Carolina?

The English sailor John Cabot claimed all of North Carolina. Then,100 years later Sir Walter Raleigh started the colony of Roanoke,which then vanished. Nathaniel Batts was the (MORE)