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(noun) - a person who favors the removal of any institution. Used especially for people who wanted the nullification of slavery in the United States.

(noun) - the Ashepoo, Combahee and Edisto Basin (abbreviated as ACE Basin) is one of the largest undeveloped estuaries along the Atlantic Coast of the United States.

(noun) - farming; the art or science of cultivating the ground, including the harvesting of crops, and the rearing and management of live stock

(noun) - plants without roots that grow in estuaries and feed on nutrients (such as nitrogen and phosphorus) in the water

(noun) - war fought by American colonists to become independent from England

(noun) - one from whom a person is descended

(adjective) - old; happened or existed a long time ago

(noun) -  a Southern live oak (Quercus virginiana) located in Angel Oak Park on Johns Island near Charleston. Angel Oak is estimated to be 1500 years old.

(adjective) - relating to the period of time right before the Civil War, especially in the South, between 1820 and 1860

(noun) - a mountain range in the eastern United States extending from Quebec to the Gulf of Mexico

(noun) - a person who is bound by legal agreement to serve a tradesperson for a certain time to learn a trade or art

(noun) - a pocket of groundwater

(adjective) - able to support the growing of crops

(noun) - a person who studies material remains, such as utensils, stone carvings and architecture

(noun) - a person who designs buildings

(noun) - an object made by a person, especially an object found at an archaeological site

(noun) - a tool used by early Native Americans to throw a spear

(noun) - the envelope of gases, aerosols, and other materials that surrounds Earth and is held closely by gravity