This indicator was designed to encourage inquiry into the economic, political, and social roles of colonial groups, to include free and enslaved people of African descent, Native Americans, and women, during the revolutionary period.

Grade(s): 4

Subject(s): Social Studies

Year: 2019

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Oconee Station | History of SC Slide Collection
Oconee Station | History of SC Slide Collection

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Oconee Station (also labeled Salem Blockhouse, north of Walhalla). Made of local field stone, this was one of a series of fortifications built for protection against the Native Americans in the...
Cherokee Alphabet | History of SC Slide Collection
Cherokee Alphabet | History of SC Slide Collection

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The title page and first page of hymns, "Cherokee Hymnbook," printed in Philadelphia, for the American Baptists Publication Society around 1820. The Cherokee were a highly organized society, and early...
Santee Community | Periscope
Santee Community | Periscope

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Like most Native Americans in South Carolina, the Santee have a history of trading with early colonists from Europe. In 1701, English explorer John Lawson described his meeting with the "King" of the...