Artifacts, Monuments & Symbols

Check out some historical artifacts and monuments that can be found around the state of South Carolina.
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Susan Pringle Frost | Carolina Snaps

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Susan Pringle Frost, a Charleston native and suffragette, founded the Preservation Society of Charleston in 1920 to save the city's historic buildings after learning the Manigault House was to become...
Memorializing A'ja Wilson
Memorializing A'ja Wilson

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In celebration of being chosen as the January honoree for the 2024 South Carolina African American History Calendar, this lesson explores the accomplishments and contributions of A'ja Wilson and how...

The History of Rainbow Row | Carolina Snaps

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Rainbow Row is a highly popular tourist attraction located in historic downtown Charleston, South Carolina. Although the buildings look bright and new, these houses date all the way back to the 1700’s...
Carolina Jessamine | Carolina Snaps

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The Carolina Jessamine, South Carolina's state flower, is a vibrant yellow bloom found throughout the state and Southeast. This versatile plant, cherished for its beauty and traditional medicinal uses...
Barbados' Legacy In South Carolina, Part 8 (1999)
Episode 8

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The Barbadian heritage lives on in Charleston today - descendants of the slaves brought over from Barbados, and descendants of plantation owners, still currently reside in Charleston. How does...
Fort Mill, Part 2
Episode 2

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The town of Fort Mill is a bonanza for antique enthusiasts, with numerous auction houses, and shops filled with vintage treasures. Don Lomax, long-time antique collector and dealer, discusses Southern...
Darlington, Part 2
Episode 2

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Joanna Angle discusses the history of one of Darlington’s town treasures: The horse-drawn fire engine known as “Our Pat.” Unfortunately, some fires, even too large for "Our Pat," consumed some of...