Well originally it was one large region named Carolina. Here is an excerpt from the Wikipedia article "South Carolina". "The colony was originally named in honor of King Charles I, as Carolus is Latin for Charles."
Cranberries grow on vines in special 'beds' layered with sand, peat, gravel and clay. These beds are called bogs, and were originally created by glacial deposits. Today, commercial bogs use a system of wetlands and ponds to provide a natural habitat for cranberry cultivation.
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