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(noun) - any geological feature such as a mountain or valley

(noun) - a guide explaining the symbols and color codes on a map or chart

(noun) - the branch of government that is concerned with the making of laws

(noun) - a governmental body with the power to make, amend and repeal laws. In South Carolina, the legislature is made up of the Senate and the House of Representatives.

(noun) - the second highest constitutional officer in the state. In South Carolina, the lieutenant governor serves as the governor if the governor cannot serve for any reason.

(noun) - a tower built on the coast that has a bright light in the top of it so ships can see it from a long way away. The light helps sailors know not to go too close to a rocky shore, so they didn't crash.

(noun) - fibrous coat of thick hairs covering the seeds of the cotton plant

(noun) - a frame or machine of wood or other material, in which a weaver forms cloth out of thread

(noun) - eight men given a grant to colonize land in North America by King Charles II. Part of this land is now South Carolina.

(noun) - a geographic and cultural region located along South Carolina's coast

(noun) - People who remained loyal to the British around the time of the American Revolution.

(noun) - wood used for building material