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         South Carolina Geography:     more books (83)
  1. South Carolina Geography Projects: 30 Cool, Activities, Crafts, Experiments & More for Kids to Do to Learn About Your State (South Carolina Experience) by Carole Marsh, 2003-05
  2. South Carolina: A Geography (Geographies of the United States) by Charles F. Kovacik, John J. Winberry, 1987-06
  3. South Carolina Bingo: Geography Edition by Carole Marsh, 2001-07
  4. South Carolina living: South Carolina history, South Carolina geography, South Carolina government, South Carolina today by Kathleen Lewis Sloan, 1987
  5. Geography of South Carolina: A supplement to Maury's Manual of Geography by Matthew Fontaine Maury, 1884
  6. A geography of South-Carolina,: Adapted to the use of schools and families. Comprising a distinct chorographical account of each district, interspersed ... agricultural, commercial and natural history by Thomas P Lockwood, 1832
  7. Preliminary bibliography of the geography of South Carolina by Julian Jay Petty, 1948
  8. Geography of South Carolina by James Alexander Stoddard, 1922
  9. The geography of South Carolina: Being a companion to the history of that state by William Gilmore Simms, 1844
  10. The geography of South Carolina: Being a companion to the history of that state by William Gilmore Simms by William Gilmore Simms, 1843
  11. The regional geography of South Carolina,: Illustrated by census statistics by Roland McMillan Harper, 1920
  12. Practical geography and civics of South Carolina by J. Clyde Hagan, 1930
  13. A bibliography of the geography of the State of South Carolina (University of South Carolina publications. Series 2. Physical sciences. Bulletin) by Julian Jay Petty, 1952
  14. Indigo in South Carolina: A historical geography by John J Winberry, 1979

1. South Carolina Geography - NETSTATE
Information about South Carolina state geography, topography, and climate.Land formations, major rivers, geographic center of South Carolina.






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The Geography of South Carolina
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Length x Width South Carolina is about 260 miles long and 200 miles wide. Geographic Center The geographic center of South Carolina is located in Richland County, 13 miles SE of Columbia. Borders South Carolina is bordered by North Carolina on the north and by Georgia on the south and the west. To the east of South Carolina, is the Atlantic Ocean Total Area South Carolina covers 32,007 square miles, making it the 40th largest of the 50 states Land Area 30,111 square miles of South Carolina are land areas. Water Area 1,896 square miles of South Carolina are covered by water. Highest Point The highest point in South Carolina is Sassafras Mountain at 3,560 feet above sea level. Lowest Point The lowest point in South Carolina is sea level, where South Carolina meets the Atlantic Ocean. Mean Elevation The Mean Elevation of the state of South Carolina is 350 feet above sea level. Major Rivers Edisto River, Pee Dee River, Santee River, Savannah River

2. South Carolina Geography
Atlas. Almanacs. Dictionary. Encyclopedia. FunBrain. Site Map. Encyclopediasouth carolina geography. South Carolina is roughly triangular

3. South Carolina Geography - NETSTATE
Information about South Carolina state geography, topography, and climate. Land formations, major rivers, geographic center of South Carolina.

4. South Carolina Palmetto State Capital Columbia
SYMBOLS ALMANAC GEOGRAPHY STATE MAPS South Carolina's wedge shape is the basis for the "Keystone of the South Atlantic Seaboard."

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6. South Carolina: Geography, Maps And Information
Geography and maps of the state of South Carolina.
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Infoplease Atlas Map of South Carolina
A large and detailed map of the state that includes many cities along with major highways. Blank Outline Map of South Carolina
A free blank outline map to print out for educational, school, or classroom use. Merriam-Webster Map of South Carolina
A fantastic clear and detailed map along with basic geographic facts from Merriam-Webster. Color Landform Atlas - South Carolina
A dramatic and colorful relief map of the state - an outstanding display of the topography. Also includes a large 1895 map of the state.
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Infoplease - South Carolina
A brief state history, famous residents, and a great collection of state facts make this page an excellent resource. - South Carolina

7. Hazards Research Lab HRL Index
Hazards Research Lab. Department of Geography. University of South Carolina. Columbia, SC 29208 p 803.777.1699 f 803.777.4972

8. The South Carolina Council For The Social Studies
Welcome to the South Carolina Council for the Social Studies! Click on any button above to explore this site.

9. South Carolina: Geography
Geography. South Carolina is roughly triangular in shape. South CarolinaGeography. Dozens of South Carolina Patients Suffer from Medical Mistakes Each
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10. South Carolina
Fort Sumter National Monument Francis Marion National Forest Geography of South Carolina Governor Mark Sanford Greenville

11. South Carolina QuickFacts From The US Census Bureau
Federal funds and grants, 2002 ($1000) 26 103 200 1 901 247 889 Geography QuickFacts South Carolina USA

12. Welcome To The South Carolina Geography Network
The south carolina geography Network is a community of data publishers, both commercial and governmental, committed to making geographic data

13. Beaufort South Carolina Geography
Beaufort south carolina geography. Beaufort County has 587 square miles of islands, 64 large and medium-sized islands and some 2 000 smaller ones

14. Category:South Carolina Geography - Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia
Articles in category south carolina geography . There are 7 articles in thiscategory. Categories South Carolina United States geography by state
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15. South Carolina: Geography
Geography. South Carolina is roughly triangular in shape. The long, even coastlined with beautiful sand beaches on the “Grand Strand” north of Georgetown
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    Sea Islands . The coastal climate is humid subtropical, with long, hot summers and short, mild winters. In this area are found cypress swamps, moss-hung oaks, beautiful flowering gardens, antebellum plantations, and the historic seaports of Georgetown, Beaufort, and Charleston, the latter a major tourist attraction and one of the chief ports of entry in the Southeast. The fall line on the state's Atlantic-bound rivers separates the coastal Low Country from the rolling Piedmont plateau of the Up Country and runs generally parallel to the coast, passing through Columbia. Inland the climate is temperate, becoming progressively cooler as the elevation increases. In the extreme northwest are the Blue Ridge Mts.; they occupy only c.500 sq mi (1,290 sq km) in the state, with Sassafras Mt. (3,560 ft/1,085 m) the highest point. Rainfall is abundant and well distributed throughout South Carolina. The Pee Dee, Santee, Edisto, and Savannah river systems drain the state, flowing from the highlands to the sea, creating rapids and waterfalls. This abundant source of hydroelectric power is one of South Carolina's most important natural resources. Several nuclear plants operate in the state as well.

16. Geography
brief review of North Carolina and south carolina geography. North and SouthCarolina have three main land regions the Blue Ridge, the Piedmont and the
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  • Blue Ridge highest mountains in Eastern North America
    Piedmont - industrial heartland, golfers' paradise, funsville
    Coastal Plain - beaches and history, sleepy towns and cracklin' metros
    Carolina Weather - what was may come again (we hope)
North and South Carolina have three main land regions: the Blue Ridge, the Piedmont and the Atlantic Coastal Plain. The geography has had a profound influence on the development of Carolina and the economic/industry mix of today is an acute reflection of this geography. The Blue Ridge is the eastern split of the Appalachian mountain chain (The Great Smoky Mountains form the western split.) The highest mountains in the eastern United States are in North Carolina's portion of the Blue Ridge, the tallest (Mount Mitchell) being 6,684 feet high. The famed Blue Ridge Parkway skirts the crest of the Blue Ridge in North Carolina, arcs in a wide curve south of Asheville to terminate in the Great Smoky Mountains east of Waynesville. Most of the rivers in Carolina flow down the southeastern slopes of the Blue Ridge creating dozens of spectacular waterfalls. Though South Carolina's share of the Blue Ridge is much less, some of the mountains rise to over 3,000 feet (Sassafras Mountain is 3,560 feet above sea level). South Carolina certainly has its share of mighty waterfalls, such as Whitewater Falls north of Walhalla.

17. South Carolina Geology | South Carolina Rivers | Map Of South Carolina
State of south carolina geography. Area of South Carolina 30109 sq.miles.South Carolina Population 4147152. Highest Point in South Carolina Geology Dictionary Geologist Jobs Geology News ... Satellite Images
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South Carolina Geology - Map of South Carolina
South Carolina Rivers - South Carolina Earthquake Map - South Carolina Minerals
South Carolina Satellite Map with state boundaries shown. Prepared with data from NASA's Landsat GeoCover 2000 dataset and the U.S. Census Bureau. For a more detailed view see our Map of South Carolina Satellite Image South Carolina Geological Survey researches, archives and publishes information related to the geology, mineral resources and geologic hazards of South Carolina. South Carolina River Levels USGS has a clickable map of South Carolina rivers and streams that gives you access to real-time river levels throughout South Carolina. River stage, river discharge and other information can all be accessed online. South Carolina Earthquakes The National Earthquake Information Center maintains an South Carolina earthquake map and an archive of South Carolina earthquake information.

18. South Carolina Social Studies
south carolina geography Three geographic land areas define South Carolina;the Atlantic Coastal Plain, the Peidmont, and the Blue Ridge region.
South Carolina People History Social Studies Home Alabama Social Studies Alaska Social Studies Arizona Social Studies ... Wyoming Social Studies For information about Ancient South Carolina , go to American Archaeology , state by state. Special Pages - South Carolina History South Carolina Capital City South Carolina Lesson Plans South Carolina Tourism Please Note: If you sometimes get an error message when clicking on a large text link, don't give up. Try the URL link instead. There are times when the large text link doesn't "take" for some reason, thus the built-in redundancy. Thank you. Newspapers in South Carolina You will find 47 here - From Global Computing - The Official Tourism Website of South Carolina Planning a vacation? Here are many good reasons to visit the state of South Carolina. "You'll also find information on world-class coastal resorts, pristine beaches, and more than 330 golf courses designed by the world's best architects. Whatever your interests, there is always something new to discover in South Carolina." - illustrated - From State of South Carolina -

19. South Carolina Lesson Plans
studies unit on south carolina geography through a PowerPoint presentation, This lesson is an overview of the three land regions of South Carolina,
Lesson Plans and Classroom Activities about South Carolina Home State by State Lesson Plans - Alabama Lesson Plans Alaska Lesson Plans Arizona Lesson Plans Arkansas Lesson Plans ... Wyoming Lesson Plans Please note that with regard to lesson plans dealing with anthropology, archaeology, indigenous people, ancient civilizations, history, etc, there may be some cross-over and blurring of lines between the topics. For example, a lesson plan dealing with archaeology is automatically dealing with an anthropological subject. A lesson plan dealing with indigenous people is also automatically dealing with anthropology and any of them may, or may not, be dealing with history or ancient civilizations. While every attempt will be made to keep the topic lines as 'clean' as possible, be aware this may not always be possible. Appropriate grade or age levels are included with the lesson plans. The number of lesson plans available online for this topic is enormous. This site can not and does not index all lesson resources. That would be impossible, as sites appear and disappear with astonishing rapidity. The following provides some idea of what is available and will hopefully be a good starting point.

20. Beaufort South Carolina Geography
Your travel guide to Beaufort, South Carolina and the Lowcountry.
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Beaufort South Carolina Geography
Beaufort County has 587 square miles of islands, 64 large- and medium-sized islands and some 2,000 smaller ones that were formed over thousands of years. These islands, the product of waves, currents and storms, are in a constant state of slow change.
Fresh waters from inland rivers meet the ocean here to form an estuarine network of tidal creeks and marshes so rich in nourishment that wildlife, birds and fish of incredible variety come here to feed and breed. St. Helena Sound to the north has four channels, but otherwise is a vast, shallow delta of ever-changing sandy shoals. To the south, the water is deep. The Broad River flows into Port Royal Sound, which lies between St. Helena and Parris Island on the Beaufort side and Hilton Head Island on the far side. Port Royal Sound is the second deepest natural port on the Eastern seaboard. It was the arrival of the Union Navy into Port Royal Sound that caused the citizens of Beaufort to flee the city in 1861, after which it became a Union medical center.
Among the areas covered in the term "South of Broad" are Hilton Head, Bluffton, Daufuskie, Callawassie, Okatie and Sun City, which straddles Beaufort and Jasper counties. "North of Broad" includes Beaufort and Port Royal, St. Helena, Lady's Harbor, Fripp, Hunting, Cat, Cane, Distant, Lost, Dataw and Polowana Islands, Sheldon and parts of Yemassee.

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