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Standard 8.2.CC

8.2.CC Analyze the continuities and changes of how different groups immigrated to and migrated within South Carolina.

Grade(s): 6, 7, 8

Subject(s): Social Studies

Year: 2020

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Family Across the Sea, Part 4 | SCETV Specials
Family Across the Sea, Part 4 | SCETV Specials

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Family Across the Sea, Part 4 Like the Black Seminoles who fled white civilization, blacks began to return to Africa in the 19th century. Historian Alpha Bah has studied the return of blacks to Sierra...
Family Across the Sea, Part 3 | SCETV Specials
Family Across the Sea, Part 3 | SCETV Specials

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Family Across the Sea, Part 3 Anthropologist Joe Opala has studied the history of slavery from the African side of the ocean. He has tracked a remarkable series of connections that end in Charleston...
Family Across the Sea, Part 2 | SCETV Specials
Family Across the Sea, Part 2 | SCETV Specials

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Family Across the Sea, Part 2 A young black scholar named Lorenzo Turner began to research Gullah culture and language. Folklorists and historians who had studied this culture before Turner and...
Avery Research Center | Project Discovery Revisited
Avery Research Center | Project Discovery Revisited

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Charleston, South Carolina, is a city rich in African American culture. Sullivan’s Island, once an entry port from Africa for the slave trade, was considered the gateway to the United States. The...