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  • 1. South Carolina
    By: Molly Hoefel
  • 2. State Map
  • 3. Bordering States Map
    North Carolina
    Georgia
  • 4. South Carolina
    The State Capital is:
    Columbia
    The State was admitted into the Union on:
    May 23, 1788
    The population of the state is: 4,625,364
  • 5. South Carolina
    The Governor is: Nikki Haley
    (picture of the
    (picture of the Capital building)
    Capital Building
  • 6. South Carolina
    State Flag
    State Quarter
  • 7. South Carolina
    State Motto is: While I breath, I hope
    State Nickname: Palmetto State
    State abbreviation: SC
    State Song: Carolina
  • 8. South Carolina - Symbols
    Bird
    Great Carolina Wren
    Tree
    Cabbage Palmeto
    Animal
    White Tailed Deer
    Snack: boiled peanuts
    Vegetable
    none
    Flower
    Yellow Jessamine
  • 9. South Carolina
    The 3 largest Cities are:
    Columbia- 117,088
    Charleston- 106,712
    Greenville- 56,676
  • 10. South Carolina - Famous People
    Andrew Jackson- Andrew Jackson was the seventh President of the United States
    EarthaKitt- EarthaKitt was a singer. She is best known for her holiday hit “Santa Baby”.
    Dizzy Gillespie- Dizzy Gillespie was a famous musician and composer.
  • 11. South Carolina Parks
    National Park
    ConareeNational Park
    • State Park
    Charles Towne Landing State Historic Site
  • 12. South Carolina – Historical Places
    Fort Sumter National Monument-
    The Civil War started April 12, 1861 at Fort Sumter.