The the colonial settlements mainly south had many settlers from the Caribbean.
The south had many settlers from the Caribbean
Charles Town was in the Carolinas during colonial times. It later became Charleston, South Carolina.
AnswerThey had freedom of religion.
they look like mansions
Assuming you are asking about colonial days, main cash crops in the Carolinas were pine forests, rice and indigo.
The colonial of South Carolina\'s physical features are Atlantic Coastal Plain, the Piedmont Plateau and the Blue Ridge. Which all three crosses the state starting at the northeast and ending on the southwest.
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They had help form the proprietors (8 noblemen/govner) and they protected themselves from the attacks. Spain and Freanch are their eneimes.
in the southern
In 1710, due to disputes over governance, the Carolina colony began to split into North Carolina and South Carolina. The latter became a crown colony in 1729. It had nothing to do with the Civil war as both Carolinas exhisted before the War and both sides joined the South
South Carolina South Dakota
the Bermuda is east
Blue and white
The Lettered Olive.
Car rentals in the state of south carolina
carolinas, specifically South Carolina
The Carolinas and Dakotas.
may 23, 1788