What are the flatlands called that cover Georgia North CArolina and South Carolina?
The flatlands that cover Georgia, North Carolina, and South Carolina are called the Atlantic Coastal Plain. They extend 2,200 miles and are often swampy.
Georiga. First of all please spell the state correctly, Georgia. Next, just because Georgia is called the peach state doesn't mean it produces the most peaches. It actually ranks third behind California and South Carolina. so which is first California or SOuth Carolina? I thought it was Pennsylvania! Georgia :)
What were the permanent settlements called that the English created along the eastern coast when they first came to North America?
Can you carry a gun in South Carolina if you have a Georgia carrying license can you carry a gun in South Carolina if you have a carrying license in GA?
No. This involves a legal principle called reciprocity, where one state agrees to recognize a carry permit issued by another state- and that state honors a permit issued by the first state. Unfortunately, there IS no reciprocity agreement between Georgia and South Carolina. Not legal. <><><><> Note to original answerer- Like MOST states, there is no registration of ordinary firearms in these 2 states, and that has no bearing on the answer.
They were called colonies instead of states. But you can call them states if you decide to. 13 original states of the US In order of date of statehood: Delaware, Pennsylvania, New Jersey, Georgia, Connecticut, Massachusetts, Maryland, South Carolina, New Hampshire, Virginia, New York, North Carolina, Rhode Island