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Standard 4.1.CX

4.1.CX Contextualize the experience of Africans, Europeans, and Native Americans in South Carolina.

Grade(s): 3, 4, 5

Subject(s): Social Studies

Year: 2020

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Beyond Barbados, Part 6 - From Whence They Came
Beyond Barbados, Part 6 - From Whence They Came

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Gullah is the blending of all the cultures that came together during that horrible time in human history called the Transatlantic Slave Trade. The connection between Barbados and South Carolina is...
Beyond Barbados, Part 5 - A Cultural Hearth
Beyond Barbados, Part 5 - A Cultural Hearth

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The success of Barbados, Carolina, America, the New World for that matter is coterminous with slavery. The labor, the technology, the ingenuity, and the culture that supported this global economy is...
Carolina Indians  | Palmetto Special
Carolina Indians | Palmetto Special

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The lesson consists of the host and three students visiting Keowee-Toxaway State Park in Pickens County. The story of the Cherokee is told there through drawings and artifacts in a series of display...
Chicora | Periscope
Chicora | Periscope

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The Chicora were traditionally a coastal tribe living near Pawleys Island, South Carolina. They grew corn, tobacco and beans in their gardens and domesticated animals like deer and chickens. Because...
The Pee Dee and the Europeans | Periscope
The Pee Dee and the Europeans | Periscope

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Diseases brought by the Europeans killed great numbers of the Pee Dee Indians. Despite this problem, they traded deer skins and formed alliances with the new colonists. During the Revolutionary War...
First Native People Europeans Met | Periscope
First Native People Europeans Met | Periscope

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The Pee Dee were some of the first native people the Europeans met while exploring the Americas. Spanish explorer D'Allyon (dee-al-yon) made contact with the Pee Dee Indians in 1521. Prior to the...
Cherokee Government, Trade & More | Periscope
Cherokee Government, Trade & More | Periscope

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The Cherokee had a system of government, trade and a religious order. The Cherokee also had a capital city. In the 1700s, the capital of the Cherokee tribe was Echota, which means "a peaceful place."...