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(noun) - a small island off the southeast coast of Africa, thought by some to be the origin of rice culture in the Carolinas

(noun) - corn

(noun) - an illness caused by the bite of a parasite carrying mosquito. It causes intermittent and violent fevers which can lead to death.

(noun) - a large house

(noun) - the use of machines, tools and labor to make things for use or sale

(noun) - a graphic representation of a portion of Earth that is usually drawn to scale on a flat surface

(noun) - farming fish and other sea-creatures using water from the ocean

(noun) - an area of land that is often underwater, or is mostly shallow water. Marshes usually have only low grass and shrubs

(noun) - a cloth sack filled with straw, feathers or cornhusks and used to sleep on

(noun) - the leader of a city or municipality

(noun) - a mixture of things not usually placed together

(noun) - a geographic and cultural region located in the middle of South Carolina

(noun) - the act or process of people moving from one place to another with the intent of staying at the destination permanently or for a relatively long period of time.

(noun) - civilians trained as soldiers but not part of the regular army

(noun) - a machine used to break a solid material into smaller pieces. Also, a mill is a factory with facilities for manufacturing.

(noun) - an inorganic material formed by geological processes in the earth

(noun) - a Native American shoe, usually made of deerskin

(noun) - a hill or mountain standing isolated above a predominately flat plain

(noun) - government in which political power is exercised by a single ruler under the claim of divine or hereditary right

(noun) - the child of a male donkey and a female horse

(noun) - an open rebellion against a constituted authority