South Carolina By: Leighton Weber
State Capital • South Carolina has many big and popular countries but the capital is Columbia.
Nickname • South Carolina’s nickname is the Palmetto State.
State Mottos • Dum Spiro Spero (Latin) which means while I breath I hope. • AnimisOpibusqueParati (Latin)
Governor • The governor is Mark Sandford.
State Song • CarolinaWritten by Henry TimrodComposed by Anne Custis Burgess • Hold up the glories of thy dead; Say how thy elder children bled, And point to Eutaw's battle-bed. Carolina! Carolina! • Throw thy bold banner to the breeze! Front with thy ranks the threatening seas Like thine own proud armorial trees,Carolina! Carolina! • Thy skirts indeed the foe may part,Thy robe be pierced with sword and dart, They shall not touch thy noble heart, Carolina! Carolina! • Girt with such wills to do and bear,Assured in right, and mailed in prayer, Thou wilt not bow thee to despair,Carolina! Carolina!
Historic Sites • Historic Brattonsville- You can experience history. They show you a Revolutionary War site and tell you an African American story.
Colledges • Allen University • Art Institute of Charlston • BendictColledge
Vacation Spots • Myrtle Beach- the number one golf destination in the U.S.A. • Greenville • Pawleys Island- a great place for families • Kiawa Island- a small island that I used to go to for my birthday every summer.
Industries • One of the most popular industries is called, Sheep Industries Association.
State Flower • A yellow jessamine.