The purpose of South Carolina is for colonists to move there for religious freedom.
South Carolina is a state. and the colony isn't.
The South Carolina Colony, or Province of South Carolina, was originally part of the Province of Carolina, which was chartered in 1663.
South Carolina became a royal colony in 1729.
Yes south carolina is a southern colony... Hints the name SOUTH carolina.. Lol hope this helps.... *Twinkles* :)
no it was the 10th colony
North Carolina was the colony that shared Virginia's southern border. But South Carolina and Georgia were also south of Virginia.
it was in south Carolina
North Carolina ,south Carolina, and Georgia
South Carolina is located between North Carolina, and Georgia!
At first Carolina was a single colony. However, the settlements were far apart, and it was hard to govern them. In 1712, the colony separated into North and South Carolina.
South Carolina was considered to be a royal colony. The royal period for South Carolina lasted between 1730 and the mid 1760s.
Before there was a South Carolina colony, there was a Carokina colony. Carolina was divided in 1722 because it was too large to govern well.
South Carolina(abbr.) S.C
It was an English Colony.
because they are Carolina
The colony of South Carolina prospered because of the British West Indies. South Carolina developed close economic ties with them, which helped them with exports.
North Carolina was a Southern Colony.
Colony founded in 1663the South Carolina colony
South Carolina In 1750 Was a Royal Colony