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(noun) - a manmade waterway that connects bodies of water such as lakes or rivers

(noun) - any of various tall, perennial grasses with flexible, woody stalks, and more specifically from the genus Arundinaria

(noun) - a large artillery gun, often on wheels

(noun) - a small, long and narrow boat used by Native Americans and others to travel on waterways

(noun) - the seat of government, especially of a country or state

- also, wealth in the form of money or property owned, used, or accumulated in business

(noun) - the goods, merchandise, or other items that are conveyed in a vessel or boat

(noun) - one of a series of oval depressions along the coastal plain, from Georgia to Delaware

(noun) - a swing dance that began in South Carolina in the 1940s

(noun) - a term of contempt for a Northern man seeking private gain or political advancement in the Southern United States after the Civil War.

(noun) - a crop grown to be sold to other people, not to be used by the people who grew it

(noun) - domesticated bovine animals such as cows, bulls, and steer

(noun) - a hundred years

(noun) - an item used by the family during the night when they could not make a trip to the outhouse

(noun) - a document issued by an authority conferring rights on a person or set of people. For example, King Charles II gave the Lords Proprietors a charter to allow them to use and rule over specified land in America.

(noun) - a legally recognized member of a country, state, or other place who has obligations to and is entitled to protection by and from the government

(noun) - the building that houses a city's government

(noun) - a federal law that prohibits descrimination in a number of settings, including voting, public accommodations, public facilities, public education, federally-assisted programs, and employment

(noun) - the name for the struggle for equal rights for blacks and other groups

(noun) - the war fought between the northern states and the southern states in the 1860s

(noun) - the average weather for a particular region

(noun) - the seashore, or land near it

(noun) - a large, relatively flat region of southern South Carolina characterized by meandering rivers, swamps, agriculture,and pine forests

(noun) - the coastal region of South Carolina characterized by beaches, dunes, marshes, seaports, and tourism, sometimes referred to as the "lowcountry"

(noun) - a group of emigrants who settle in a distant land, but remain connected to their parent country

(noun) - a group of people who share the same language, manners, tradition, geographic location, and law

(noun) - nation formed by the southern states that seceded from the Union during the Civil War

(noun) - the planned management of natural resources to prevent loss, destruction, or waste

(noun) - a machine invented in 1793 by Eli Whitney for separating cotton fibers from cotton seeds

(noun) - a land area of local government within a state. South Carolina has 46 counties.

(noun) - the city or town where the offices of county government are located

(noun) - the blending of several cultures and languages created from long-lasting and persistent contact among different cultures and peoples

(noun) - a plant grown for food or other uses

(noun) - a place where roads meet

(noun) - the spread of cultural elements from one culture to another

(noun) - the way of life of a group of people, including their behaviors, beliefs, values, customs, and symbols

(noun) - coins and paper money

(noun) - a distinctive structure forming above the roots of a cypress tree of any of various species of the subfamily Taxodioideae. Their function is unknown, but they are generally seen on trees growing in swamps.