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Charleston, SC

By Katie Varan and Sydney Forrest

Katie Varan

on 12 October 2010

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Transcript of Charleston, SC

Charleston, South Carolina "The Holy City" "The Palmetto City" Environment Culture Economy Culture of Charleston Gullah Animals Oleander Tea Hope that you had
a great
Rhode Island
Independence Day! Culture When? What do you do? What places are closed for this holiday? Beauty Take it very seriously High fashion coats Natural and dark colors Other Fast paced tempo of work Outdoors lifestyle Diverse E N V I R O N M E N T Water Named "Roodt Eylandt" Everyone lives near the water Nicknamed the Ocean State Recent Flood Rivers overflowed causing historic flood Reached places where floods dont normally reach 8 inches in 36 hours Overall 400 miles of rocky coastline Over 60% covered with woodland Over 300 ponds, lakes and reservoirs Economy Maunfacturing Leading product is electrical equiptment Second leading product is silverware and jewelry Jewelry has over 1000 manufacturers Fishing Catch includes fish, mollusks, and shell fish Lobster is the most valuable Recreational fishing is a majot tourist attraction Service Leading services are finanace, insurance, and real estate Some large banking and insurance companies
have major operations here They also do wholesale trade and retail trade Economy of Charleston Agriculture Livestock Port of Charleston Tourism Environment of Charleston Earthquake of 1886 Population Climate
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