Carolina Day

Are you a South Carolinian looking for another reason to fire up the grill and celebrate in the month of June? This episode of History in a Nutshell explores the S.C. centric holiday known as "Carolina Day"! Carolina Day, which commemorates the victorious Battle of Sullivan's Island during the American Revolutionary War, is observed every June 28th. On June 28, 1776, a small band of Patriots stationed at the palmetto log fort managed to miraculously fend off a massive British fleet. Learn more about the Battle of Sullivan's Island, the evolution of the Carolina Day holiday, and how the S.C. State Flag as we know it today came to be!

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Carolina Day | History In A Nutshell
Carolina Day | History In A Nutshell

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Are you a South Carolinian looking for another reason to fire up the grill and celebrate in the month of June? This episode of History in a Nutshell explores the S.C. centric holiday known as...
Carolina Day Photo Gallery | History In A Nutshell
Carolina Day Photo Gallery | History In A Nutshell

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This photo gallery contains the following: The original Moultrie Flag - The precursor to the S.C. State Flag. Map of Fort Sullivan as it appeared on June 28, 1776 Map of Charleston Harbor during the...