Salt marsh on the coast (with sandy beaches on the barrier islands); sand hills in the middle of the state, mountains in the northern part of the state - just like modern SC. About the only real difference is that the state used to be covered by old growth hardwood forests, where nowadays logging has cut those down and replaced them with pines.
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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They were Dutch.
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in the southern
Yes, there were.
South Carolina became a royal colony in 1729.
in South Carolina there were mainly plantations so lots of big houses.
The geography in South Carolina is varied. It includes mountains, rolling hills, farmland, islands, plains, ridges, lakes, rivers, as well as extensive coastline.
it`s between South Carolina and Alabama
they are know for there rivers
yes they did
The colonial South Carolina economy was based on agriculture and trade. The basically traded in agricultural produce and slaves who provided manual labor.
People came to South Carolina to get rich by growing tobacco.
Where in North Carolina? The geography of North Carolina in Colonial times was pretty much the same as it is today. The cities are larger, rural areas are reduced in size because of the encroachment of cities, but the mountains are in the same place, the coast is in the same place, the sandhills are in the same place, etc.
South Carolina was considered to be a royal colony. The royal period for South Carolina lasted between 1730 and the mid 1760s.