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They Were Here: Ice Age Humans In SC, Part 4
They Were Here: Ice Age Humans In SC, Part 4

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The Topper Site discovery is the latest example illustrating the controversy that exists in American archaeology today – concerning when and how did man first arrive in the Western hemisphere?
They Were Here: Ice Age Humans In SC, Part 5
They Were Here: Ice Age Humans In SC, Part 5

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Host Jim Welch speaks with Dr. Albert Goodyear of the University of South Carolina’s Department of Archaeology and Anthropology, and Dr. Dennis Stanford of the Smithsonian Institution. Here, they...
They Were Here: Ice Age Humans In SC, Part 1
They Were Here: Ice Age Humans In SC, Part 1

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Archaeologists from the University of South Carolina’s Institute of Archaeology and Anthropology made a key discovery: ancient stone tools indicating that Ice Age humans lived here in South Carolina...
Charlie's Place, Part 2
Charlie's Place, Part 2

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After World War II, there was an ever increasing popularity for the musical movement known as "Rhythm and Blues." Rhythm and Blues, along with a new invention called the Jukebox, transformed the music...
Liquid Nitrogen | Carolina Classrooms
Liquid Nitrogen | Carolina Classrooms

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South Carolina State Museum Education Manager Laura Ybarra Kane conducts science experiments with liquid nitrogen. She explains the reactions in a fun, easy to follow style that keeps viewers engaged.
Polar Bear Adaptation
Polar Bear Adaptation

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Students will learn about animal adaptations by an inquiry project about polar bears.

Geometry Snowflakes
Geometry Snowflakes

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Students will use their knowledge of geometry shapes to complete a STEM activity.