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Standard 8.1.E

8.1.E

Grade(s): 8

Subject(s): Social Studies

Year: 2019

The French Huguenot Exodus | Hanover House
Episode 1

Video

The beginning is about the house’s original owner, Paul de St. Julien’s family, and their French Huguenot origins. They moved to Charleston, S.C. to escape religious and political persecution, when...
African American Contributions | Hanover House
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William Hiott and Patrick McMillan discuss the contributions made by African Americans. When Paul de St. Julien died in 1741, he owned forty-five slaves. Most of the profit which came from St. Julien...
Settlement of South Carolina
Settlement of South Carolina

Lesson

Ever wonder what it would have been like to live in the 1700s? How did the settlers hear about our great state of South Carolina? Today, you will begin a five day journey into the past where you will...

James Island
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James Island was first established as “Jamestown” in 1671. In the early 1700s, an Anglican parish was established here, but rebelling Scottish Presbyterians branched off and formed their own...
Darlington
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Darlington was one of three counties created in 1785 from the old Cheraw district. It was presumed, by architect Robert Mills, to be named after Colonel Darlington, a hero of the American Revolution...
When Rice Was King: Intro
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Before the American Revolution, the 300 mile coast line of South Carolina was known as the "Kingdom of Rice." Charleston was considered the richest city in Colonial America.
Circle of Inheritance: Native Land, Native People
Circle of Inheritance: Native Land, Native People

Lesson

Through this lesson students will be able to recall information on the settlement of South Carolina and the United States by Native Americans and Europeans through a series of summative assessments...

Bill of Exchange | History of SC Slide Collection
Bill of Exchange | History of SC Slide Collection
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The availability of "real" money, in the form of coins made of gold and silver, was a constant problem in all of the English colonies. Their need to purchase manufactured goods from Europe meant that...