South Carolina

South Carolina

South Carolina is a southeastern U. S. state known for its shoreline of subtropical beaches and marshlike sea islands. Coastal Charleston is a historic city, defined by pastel-colored houses, Old South plantations and Fort Sumter, where the Civil War's opening shots were fired. To the north is the Grand Strand, a roughly 60-mile stretch of beachfront known for golf courses and the vacation town Myrtle Beach.

People died in South Carolina (First 48 people) - Page 0

Lynching of Anthony Crawford

Lynching of Anthony Crawford

Samuel McGowan

Samuel McGowan

Military officer

Armistead Burt

Armistead Burt

Former South Carolina State Representative

Lil' Dave Thompson

Lil' Dave Thompson

American guitarist

Nicholas Longworth

Nicholas Longworth

Former Speaker of the United States House of Representatives

Samuel Langley

Samuel Langley

American astronomer

Winthrop Rutherfurd

Winthrop Rutherfurd

Socialite

Gregory White Smith

Gregory White Smith

American biographer

Henry William Ravenel

Henry William Ravenel

American botanist

Fern Andra

Fern Andra

American actress

Gabriel J. Rains

Gabriel J. Rains

Soldier

Marie Eustis Hofmann

Marie Eustis Hofmann

Hamilton Fish II

Hamilton Fish II

Former Speaker of the New York State Assembly

Charles Earl Simons Jr.

Charles Earl Simons Jr.

Former Judge of the United States District Court for the District of South Carolina

John B. Earle

John B. Earle

Former U. S. Representative

Wilton E. Hall

Wilton E. Hall

Former United States Senator

Kip Anderson

Kip Anderson

American singer

Roy Mahaffey

Roy Mahaffey

Baseball athlete

Johnny Mann

Johnny Mann

American composer

James Robert Kennedy

James Robert Kennedy

Julius B. Ness

Julius B. Ness

Judge

Solomon Blatt Sr.

Solomon Blatt Sr.

Former Speaker of the South Carolina House of Representatives

Clara G. McMillan

Clara G. McMillan

U. S. representative

Johnson Hagood

Johnson Hagood

Soldier

George Bell Timmerman Jr.

George Bell Timmerman Jr.

Former Lieutenant Governor of South Carolina

Marva Collins

Marva Collins

American educator

Nathaniel Heyward

Nathaniel Heyward

Thomas Heyward Jr. 's brother

Paul Scott Mowrer

Paul Scott Mowrer

American correspondent

Robert Smalls

Robert Smalls

American Politician

Samuel Hopkins Adams

Samuel Hopkins Adams

American writer

Curtis Bean Dall

Curtis Bean Dall

American stockbroker

Martha Sleeper

Martha Sleeper

Film actress

Parson Weems

Parson Weems

Author

Pat Conroy

Pat Conroy

American author

John B. Ackerman

John B. Ackerman

Coby Whitmore

Coby Whitmore

American painter

Donald Conroy

Donald Conroy

William Wallace Burns

William Wallace Burns

American soldier

Robert Barnwell

Robert Barnwell

Former United States Congressman

William Verity Jr.

William Verity Jr.

Industrialist

John J. McGinty III

John J. McGinty III

Military officer

Melvin Zais

Melvin Zais

Paul Hamilton

Paul Hamilton

American football coach

Ormsby M. Mitchel

Ormsby M. Mitchel

American astronomer

Richard H. Anderson

Richard H. Anderson

American-Confederate general

Whitemarsh Benjamin Seabrook

Whitemarsh Benjamin Seabrook

Former Governor of South Carolina

James Henry Hammond

James Henry Hammond

Former Governor of South Carolina

Samuel Hammond

Samuel Hammond

Former United States Representative

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