Send the link below via email or IMCopy
Present to your audienceStart remote presentation
- Invited audience members will follow you as you navigate and present
- People invited to a presentation do not need a Prezi account
- This link expires 10 minutes after you close the presentation
- A maximum of 30 users can follow your presentation
- Learn more about this feature in our knowledge base article
South Carolina by Viktoriya and Caroline
Transcript of South Carolina by Viktoriya and Caroline
Columbia: The State Capital
South Carolina's State Flag
State Bird: Carolina Wren
Location & Geography
•South Carolina’s border states are North Carolina and Georgia
•South Carolina’s location is in the south-east; next to the Atlantic ocean
Welcome to South Carolina!
• Palmetto Tree
• Oak Tree
• Hickory Tree
• Tulip Tree
• Yellow Jessamine
• Shrubs & Wild Flowers
• White –tailed Deer
• Praying Mantis
• Carolina Wren
• Subtropical Climate
• Humid summers
• Mild Winters
• Piedmont Plateau
• Blue Ridge Mountains (part of the Appalachians)
• Sassafras Mountain (highest point)
• Pee Dee River
• Santee River
• Waccamaw River
• Savanna River
• South Carolina joined the twelve other colonies in the Revolutionary War
• South Carolina played an important role in slavery
• World War 2 revived the state’s economy, particularly giving a boost to manufacturing
• On December 20,1860 South Carolina became the first state to secede from the Union
• Native Americans have lived in South Carolina for more than 10,000 years.
The Capital Building
• Vast Forests
• Rich Soils
• Minerals: clay, granite, limestone and vermiculite.
• Good water supply
• Cloth (Apparel)
1. Fort Sumter (national monument)
2. Fort Moultrie (played roles in the Revolutionary and Civil Wars)
1. Myrtle Beach
2. Hilton Head Island
The Map of S.C.
• South Carolina has over 35 school districts.
• South Carolina does not have any natural lakes, but many were formed in the late 1930s.
• Camping and Hiking are year-round activities.
• Boating, sailing and swimming are popular in coastal areas.
• Waterskiing, parasailing, canoeing and kayaking are other water activities.
• Golf is the main sport.
• College sports especially football and basketball
• The Capital Building
• The Big Apple
• Planes & Trains
Hope You Enjoyed
Hilton Head Island