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Standard 4.4.CX

4.4.CX Contextualize South Carolinas experience during the Civil War.

Grade(s): 3, 4, 5

Subject(s): Social Studies

Year: 2020

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Burning of Columbia | Palmetto Heritage
Burning of Columbia | Palmetto Heritage

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This reenactment is based on excerpts from Emma LeConte’s diary. Emma, then seventeen years old, kept a diary for several months in 1865 chronicling the approach, occupation and burning of the city of...
A Daring Escape: The Planter | Periscope
A Daring Escape: The Planter | Periscope

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On the evening of May 12, 1862, the captain and officers of the Planter left the ship to spend the night on the shore. Robert and the rest of the slave crew had to stay on board under captain's orders...
No Mercy: Sherman's Fury | Mary Long's Yesteryear
No Mercy: Sherman's Fury | Mary Long's Yesteryear

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The rampage of William Tecumseh Sherman through South Carolina near the end of the Civil War is examined. After burning Atlanta on November 14, 1864, Gen. Sherman moved through Georgia, completing his...
Sherman’s March | Idella Bodie's S.C. Women
Sherman’s March | Idella Bodie's S.C. Women

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Mary Boykin Chesnut, Part 10 - Sherman’s March “I’m going to march to Richmond…and when I go through South Carolina it will be one of the most horrible things in the history of the world. The devil...