South Carolina's Role in the New Nation

1781-1860. Independence from Great Britain created the need for a new national and state government. Learn about the South Carolina leaders who participated in the creation of the United States Constitution and how the state adjusted to changes.
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Grayson, William John | South Carolina Public Radio
Grayson, William John | South Carolina Public Radio

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“G” is for Grayson, William John [1788-1863]. Politician, planter, poet. Grayson spent much of his youth on Parris Island, the inspiration for his later pastoral verse. He graduated at the top of his...
Means, John Hugh | South Carolina Public Radio
Means, John Hugh | South Carolina Public Radio

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“M” is for Means, John Hugh [1812-1862]. Governor. After graduating from South Carolina College, Means became a successful planter in Fairfield District. After one term in the General Assembly, he...
Snee Farm Tour, Part 2 | Powder Magazine Museum
Snee Farm Tour, Part 2 | Powder Magazine Museum

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Mrs. Ann Edwards continues her discussion of the life of Charles Pinckney focusing specifically on Pinckney's accomplishments in state and federal government after the Revolutionary War. Of special...
Snee Farm Tour, Part 1 | Powder Magazine Museum:
Snee Farm Tour, Part 1 | Powder Magazine Museum:

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Mrs. Ann Edwards talks to children about the life of Charles Pinckney and his love of his estate, Snee Farm. Mrs. Edwards highlights Charles Pinckney's service during the Revolutionary War, his public...
Charles Pinckney Overview | Powder Magazine Museum
Charles Pinckney Overview | Powder Magazine Museum

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Dr. Walter Edgar, speaking from the steps of Snee Farm, Charles Pinckney's country estate, recounts to school children the public life and service of Charles Pinckney. Included in this discussion are...