South Carolina - Early 20th Century

1914 -1945. Meet South Carolinians who survived and succeeded during World War I (1914-1918), the Roaring Twenties (1920 -1929), and other major events during the early 20th century like The Great Depression (1929-39) and World War II (1939-1945).
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B-25C Cockpit | Curiosity Trek!
B-25C Cockpit | Curiosity Trek!

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The B-25 GF-2's cockpit- showing the pilot and copilot positions as well as the instruments. Located just aft of the cockpit is the navigator's compartment.
Parris Island | Carolina Snaps

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Parris Island in Beaufort, SC has trained US Marines since 1915. It was named after Alexander Parris. In 1949 it began training female recruits. Its mission is to transform recruits through rigorous...
Fort Jackson | Carolina Snaps

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Fort Jackson in Columbia, SC trains 50% of US Army soldiers and 60% of female recruits. It was established in 1917 and almost closed in 1949 but remained open due to the Cold War and Korean War. It...
Shaw Air Force Base | Carolina Snaps

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Shaw Air Force Base in South Carolina is home to the 9th Air Force Headquarters and the 20th Fighter Wing. It was activated as Shaw Field in 1941 for Army Air Corps pilot training before the US...
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...
Anne Austin Young | Carolina Snaps

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Dr. Anne Austin Young, one of South Carolina's first female physicians, pioneered women's healthcare from 1915 to 1978. She worked as a surgeon, obstetrician-gynecologist and psychiatrist. After...
Georgia O'Keeffe | Carolina Snaps

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Discover the artistic journey of Georgia O’Keeffe, one of the most renowned modern artists, and her significant ties to South Carolina.