Results for: South Carolina

Where is South Carolina?

State (pop., 2000: 4,012,012), southeastern U.S. It covers  31,113 sq mi (80,583 sq km) and is an original state of the Union;  its capital is Columbia. South Carolina is bo (MORE)

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 colony was south of South Carolina?

To the south of South Carolina would have been southern Georgia and Spanish Florida. However, the legal division between Georgia and Florida was highly disputed during Colonia (MORE)

Is South Carolina in North Carolina?

It once was, before the colony was divided in 1712. This was made official when the two areas were recognized as separate Crown Colonies in 1729.
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Why is north and South Carolina called Carolina?

The original area of Carolina - which is Latin derived and named for King Charles II of England - was all land South of Virgina and North of St. Augustine all the way to the P (MORE)

Why was South Carolina called South Carolina?

The Carolina colonies were named by King Charles II of England inhonor of his father Charles I. The Latin form of Charles is Caroluswas feminized to Carolina. The colony split (MORE)