This is for going through everything that has been done in social studies up until now.
They are noted for their burial mounds, many of which are very famous. They had a very complex society with chiefs, nobility, and commoners.
The economic belief that all forms of foreign trade fuel military development. Massively expressed in Europe during it's time period.
Trade between Africa, Europe and America that formed a triangle. The exact start dates and end dates are unsure, but mainly Portugal started it while the U.S. and Britain ended it.
First attempt at Spanish colony in what would be U.S. Collapsed due to famine and disease.
Founded all 13 original colonies. Fundamental in Creation of the United States.
A set of many laws and regulations set by many states limiting the rights of slaves. Exact start and end dates are not exactly known because there were so many codes.
South Carolina went through a proprietary colony phase in which it was controlled by a Grand Council. Later on, it became independent.
Main economic staple of South Carolina. Collapsed in the 1890's due to a massive hurricane that wiped out the crops.
War between settlers of South Carolina and the Indians in the native area. Eventually, the war no longer became a true threat.
Time when South Carolina was ruled as a royal colony. Ended in the late 1760 s
Slave named Jemmy led several slaves in a revolt. Several whites were killed, yet the slaves eventually lost the fight.
Time when cotton drove the Southern economy. Exact start and end dates are unknown and unclear.
When most of the south's economy was based on plantations.
A war between Britain and France. Weakened both Britain and France.
Conflict between Britain and the Cherokee Indians. Ended in the Cherokee making peace with South Carolina.
An organization created to free the colonies from Britain's rule. Believed to play a major role in the American Revolution.
An act that raises the price of sugar in the English colonies, including what would be the American colonies and then America. Colonists were outraged at the price of sugar so the act to raise revenue failed miserably.
An uprising in North and South Carolina that fought against crooked officials. Important changing point in the American Revolution.
A law passed that allowed the raising of the price of printed objects in the English Colonies. Colonists everywhere were outraged.
A law passed by the British government to allow the raising the tariff on tea and letting the tea traders sell more tea to the colonies. Led directly to the Boston Tea Party.
The war fought for America's independence. The war was eventually won by the patriot colonists.
The document used to establish South Carolina's official government. Made before the United States Constitution.
The official document for the United States' independence from Britain. Rejection by the British government led to the American Revolution.
The first attempt at the United States' formation of a constitution. Outdated and weak, it was replaced in 1781.
A large movement headed mainly by the north which wanted to abolish slavery in the United States permanently. Ended with the Emancipation Proclamation.
Major victory for the British in the Revolutionary War. Major losses on the United States' side.
Important battle fought in King's Mountain, North Carolina. Decisive victory for the Patriots.
Key victory for the patriots in the south during the revolutionary war. Fought in Cowpens, South Carolina.
Last major battle in the Carolinas. Ended with no clear winner, Americans had a strategic advantage yet also lost more soldiers.
A law that said that three-fifths of a state's slave population was to be added to it's free population. Made so Southern States wouldn't have control of Congress.
The compromise the lays down the rules for the bicameral system today. It says that representatives from the lower house will be decided by population, and senators from the upper house be having equal representation for all states.
When the federal government was able to tax imports but not exports. Used to increase national revenue.
The basic set of rules that defines the requirements for any and all new laws, regulations, and amendments.
Largely accelerated the speed of plantation growth in the South for many decades. Invented by Eli Whitney.
When the United States government issued an embargo on all foreign imports, exports, and trade
A war between Britain and the U.S. in , the which Britain tried to take back America and it's territories.There was no clear winner the Battle of New Orleans happened after the war ended.
A slave named Denmark Vesey led a rebellion against many whites and white slave owners. It occurred in Charleston, SC.
When the tariffs enacted by the federal government were considered to be ineffective. In the end, South Carolina was forced to agree to follow the tariffs like everyone else.
An act that made Kansas and Nebraska states and allowed them to vote on whether or not to have slavery.
The Supreme Court ruled that even though he lived where slavery was illegal, he was still considered property. Had many aftershocks as a result.
Abraham Lincoln got elected president. Eventually, SC secedes and starts the war.
The fort that fired the very first shot of the civil war between the north and the south.
War between the north and south that mainly focused on slavery. The north won decisively.
Many border states had to decide to secede or stay with the Union.
When the Battle of Fort Sumter occurred, the Confederate states soon began to from, starting with South Carolina.
Man who escaped slavery and became a major abolitionist and politician.
The North held Port Royal until the end of the war. Major tactical position.
Scorched earth campaign meant to destroy all the south's resources. The north never fully performed this strategy completely, because they had to keep the south partially intact.
Major military leader who led a scorched earth campaign in the south.
Lincoln was shot in the head by John Wilkes Booth and succeeded by Andrew Johnson.