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Q: What was the South Carolina government in 1700s?
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In the 1700s how was Florida different from South Carolina?

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What was North Carolina government like during the 1600s and 1700s?

North Carolina was self-governed in the 1600's through the 1700's.


What was the population of south Carolina in the 1700s?

The estimated population of South Carolina in the year 1700 was 5,704. The estimated population of North Carolina in 1700 was 10,720.


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The dominant religion in the South Carolina colony in the 1700s was Anglican. There were other faiths in existence there and all religions were mostly tolerated.


What type of government did colonial South Carolina have?

The government in colonial South Carolina is a proprietery colony.They were proprietary like North Carolina, but later became a royal colony.


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When were the carolinas founded and how were their economies different from each other?

The Carolinas were founded in 1663. In 1712 North and South Carolina became separate colonies. Most of the colonists in North Carolina were farmers who had moved south from Virginia. Unlike Virginia, North Carolina had few plantations. The colony had no towns and few churches until the early 1700s. In 1719 the British government bought South Carolina from the original proprietors. The Crown thn bought north carolina in 1729 making it royal colony as well.