Early South Carolina Colonial South Carolina Revolutionary War After the Revolution This and That

100

What is to go in search of food?
The reason why hunters and gatherers moved from place to place

100

What is the Stono Rebellion?
The slave rebellion near Charleston that occurred in 1739

100

What is the Cherokee?
During the French and Indian War, this tribe of Indians fought their own war with the settlers in South Carolina.

100

What is Columbia?
To help ease tensions between the Up Country and the Low Country, the capital of South Carolina was moved to this location.

100

What is West Africa?
The part of Africa where most of the South Carolina slaves came from

200

What is settlers moving onto their land?
The cause of the war with the Native Americans called the Yemassee

200

What are deerskin and furs?
The settlers traded with the Indians to get these products

200

Who is Christopher Gadsden?
This South Carolinian was the leader of the Sons of Liberty and the designer of a famous flag featuring a coiled snake.

200

What is indigo?
South Carolina stopped growing this crop after the Revolution because Great Britain stopped buying it

200

What is Barbados?
The name of the island in the Caribbean Sea that was the home of many of South Carolina's first settlers

300

What is Spain?
The first European nation to establish a settlement in South Carolina known as San Miguel de Galdape

300

What is indigo?
Eliza Lucas Pinckney was the first to successfully cultivate and process this crop in South Carolina

300

What is Kings Mountain?
This patriot victory in the Up State of South Carolina is considered a turning point of the war. The Over-the-Mountain men defeated Tories led by Patrick Ferguson.

300

What is write the Constitution?
South Carolina sent delegates to Philadelphia in 1787 to do this

300

What is signers of the Declaration of Independence?
The common bond between Thomas Lynch, Jr.; Thomas Heyward, Jr. and Edward Rutledge

400

What is rice?
The colony's first cash crop nicknamed "Carolina Gold"

400

What is proprietary?
When South Carolina was founded, it was controlled by a group of eight wealthy aristocrats, so SC was this type of colony.

400

What is a partisan? (Also accept guerrilla fighter)
A person who is trained to fight as a soldier, but is not part of the regular army (like Thomas Sumter) is called this

400

What is the cotton gin?
This invention caused plantations and slavery to spread across the state after 1793

400

What is the Catawba?
The only federally recognized Indian tribe in South Carolina that has a reservation near Rock Hill

500

What is naval stores?
The name for pitch and tar used to waterproof ships

500

What is mercantilism?
As a part of this economic system, colonies were a source of raw materials for the mother country.

500

What is Camden?
The battle in South Carolina that was a humiliating defeat for the Patriot forces led by Horatio Gates

500

What is anti-federalists?
People who opposed the ratification of the U.S. Constitution were called this.

500

What is Albemarle Point?
The original site of the English settlement in South Carolina

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