What minerals are found in South Carolina?
it is a purpled mineral
The resources that are found in the state of South Carolina include timber, agriculture, and minerals. Minerals that are extracted include Cement, aggregate and clay.
North Carolina was found in 1653 and South Carolina was found in 1663.
Emerald and Granite
who was the founder of South Carolina? was the founder of South Carolina Anthony Ashely Cooper? when was South Carolina established?
they found it on foot
emerald and granite
I think they are mostly rocks and crystals KK Doris
Because they came by something natural.
actually 2 types of skunks can be found in South Carolina~contributor
Only the black bear is native to South Carolina.
Hamrick's stores can be found in Virginia, North Carolina, South Carolina, Georgia and Tennessee. Their largest presence is in South Carolina where they have 9 stores, followed by North Carolina with 8 stores.
south Carolina in America
not found yet
They found it in a boat.
actually yes there was one in south of carolina about 7 years ago
Answer North and South Carolina basically didn't have a founder /leader. They both used to be one state. It is called North Carolina in order to be distinguished from South Carolina
The American Goldfinch is a migratory bird and can be found from Canada to North Carolina during the breeding season. In winter it can be found just south of the South Carolina border to Mexico.
beacuse they found geriga
Mica is a mineral that is found in the state of Georgia. It is also commonly found in the states of Arizona, North Carolina, and South Carolina.
Cotton is found in many places such as Louisiana or South Carolina.
There are a wide variety of natural resources found in North Carolina. These include timber, minerals, corn, cotton, tobacco, as well as Christmas trees.
If you meant "how many people live in South Carolina?" the answer is 4.832 million, as of 2014. Hope you found this useful!
they found it because they were to stupid to find something else
It is naturally found in the states of North/South Carolina in the US.
I think in south America in Argentina.
The lyrics to "Carolina",Written by Henry Timrod, Composed by Anne Custis Burgess, the South Carolina State song can be found on the link below.
because they needed to make other colony
Burma, Louisiana, Indonesia, Brazil, and South Carolina
Cause he was interested in the land.
· Darlington, South Carolina · Hanahan, South Carolina · Rock Hill, South Carolina · Union, South Carolina · Woodruff, South Carolina · York, South Carolina
South America and Africa
feldspar (: my special mineral , they are also found all over north carolina
We have many minerals like kaolin (clay), limestone, peat, sand, gravel, gold, granite, mica, sand, talc, topaz, and vermiculite. There are large forests and a plentiful water supply.
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We call South Carolina south Carolina because that its name and its in a south direction.
North Carolina is north of South Carolina.
Here is the contact information to the University of South Carolina: 1-803-777-7700 University of South Carolina Columbia, S.C. 29208 Numbers for specific offices, such as admissions, can be found at the university website: www.sc.edu
Minerals found in South Dakota include: gold (placer gold ore) silver uranium coal bentonite dimension stone mica schist slate agricultural lime limestone barite quartz
North Carolina is to South Carolina as North Dakota is to South Dakota
North Carolina is to South Carolina as is to North Dakota is to South Dakota.
Yes they live on the coast.
South America and Africa
South Carolina is south of North Carolina.
Yes, South Carolina has mallard ducks. These ducks can be found in almost any area with mild temperatures across Asia, Europe, and America.
A person would be Lord Anthony Ashley Cooper, Dr. Henry Woodward, and John Smith who helped found South Carolina.
It is an analogy. North Carolina is to South Carolina as North Dakota is to South Dakota.