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Social reformer, black women’s club leader
Alice Ravenel Huger Smith was an artist during the Charleston Renaissance known for her watercolors and woodblock prints.
Planter, solider, legislator
Eugene Figg was a structural engineer who designed the Sunshine Skyway Bridge over Tampa Bay.
Lancaster County and its county seat of Lancaster were named for Lancaster County, Pennsylvania.
Orangeburg County and its county seat, Orangeburg, were named for William IV (1711-1751), Prince of Orange, the son-in-law of King George II.
Florence County took its name from its county seat, the city of Florence.
Bamberg County and its county seat, Bamberg, were named for local resident William Seaborn Bamberg (1820-1858) and other members of the Bamberg family.
Tea was designated as the official State Hospitality Beverage by Act Number 31 of 1995. South Carolina was the first state to grow tea in the United States and the birthplace of the sweet tea beverage.
(noun) - a battle cry used by Confederate soldiers during the American Civil War