Was South Carolina a territory?
South Carolina was never a territory of the United States. It was one of the thirteen colonies that became the thirteen original states.
Georgetown became a town in South Carolina shortly after the beginning of the Civil War. At this time, Georgetown seceded from Washington D.C. to become a remote, satellite town in South Carolina. After the Civil War, governing Georgetown from the deep South became too difficult for South Carolina so the town again became a territory of the District of Columbia.
There were 11 states that officially sided with the South . They were , South Carolina , Georgia , Alabama , Mississippi , Virgina , North Carolina , Texas , Louisiana , Arkansas , Tennessee , and Florida . Some states that the confederacy claimed , but didn't control were The New Mexico and Arizona Territory , Indian (Oklahoma) Territory , Missouri , Kentucky , and West Virginia .
The mileage from Myrtle Beach -- a popular tourist destination in South Carolina -- to Caguas -- an equally popular tourist destination in Puerto Rico-- amounts to 1,328 in air miles. South Carolina lies almost halfway of the Atlantic seaboard from the above-mentioned U.S. territory in the Caribbean.
At the time of first European settlement, there were several tribe of Native American peoples living in the area now making up South Carolina. The Catawba, Cherokee, Creek, Yuchi, Cusabo, Edisto and various Carolina Siouan bands including the Chicora, PeeDee, Waccamaw and Santee were known to be present in South Carolina originally. Subsequently, groups of the Chickasaw and Shawnee tribes moved into the South Carolina territory after European settlement.
South Carolina vs. Florida State (FSU) All Time Record 3-15 1966 - FSU 32 - South Carolina 10 1967 - FSU 17 - South Carolina 0 1968 - FSU 35 - South Carolina 28 1969 - FSU 34 - South Carolina 9 1970 - FSU 21 - South Carolina 13 1971 - FSU 49 - South Carolina 18 1972 - South Carolina 24 - FSU 21 1973 - South Carolina 52 - FSU 12 1979…