DocumentIn the last decade, scientists have made startling discoveries indicating that Ice Age humans were in the Western hemisphere between 15 – to 20,000 years ago. Four archaeological sites related to...
They Were Here: Ice Age Humans in SC Learning Activity
Vanishing Generation: WWII Learning Activity
DocumentWhen this documentary was produced, sixty years had passed since the end of World War II, and the last of the South Carolina veterans who fought against the Empire of Japan and Nazi Germany were dying...
Orangeburg Massacre Remembrances and Reckoning Learning Activity
DocumentThis SCETV follow-up special commemorates the 50th anniversary of this tragic event, as survivors, participants and officials share their remembrances and struggle to provide some sense of reckoning...
History in a Nutshell Learning Activity
DocumentShort, sweet, and to the point - This series explains historical events in layman's terms!
Space Heroes Learning Activity | S.C. Hall of Fame
DocumentResearch each astronaut in the S.C. Hall of Fame videos, Charles M. Duke, Jr., Ronald Erwin McNair and Charles F. Bolden, Jr. Create a slide on each that includes at least five facts and a photo for...
Southern Campaign of the American Revolution Learning Activity
DocumentThe Southern Campaign was critical in determining the outcome of the American Revolutionary War, yet the South’s importance has been downplayed in most historical accounts to date.
South Carolinians in World War II Learning Activity
DocumentThis video series contains graphic descriptions of war as experienced by the WWII veterans and others who had direct, first-hand experiences in the conflict. Their accounts are based on events they...
South Carolina from A to Z Learning Activity
DocumentOur great state is known for many wonderful places, rich cultural traditions, beautiful and unique flora and fauna, and the source of a variety of products found nowhere else in the nation. This...
Dave the Potter | Carolina Snaps
VideoAt a time in history when teaching enslaved Africans to read and write was a punishable fine, Dave the Potter is recognized as the first to inscribe this work.
Septima Poinsette Clark | Carolina Snaps
VideoPlaying an important role in the civil rights movement, Septima Poinsette Clark understood the role that education could play in a community.