The Eastern Woodland Indians were Native Americans who lived in the South-East portion of the US.
Is the economic doctrine that government control over trade is better for the security of the country.
A trade of ships in the Atlantic Ocean that traded slaves, goods, etc.; moved in a triangular shape.
San Miguel de Gualdape was a settlement that got abandoned 3 months after it was settled from late 1526 - early 1527.
The 13 English Colonies were the original Unites States of America. But after the American Revolution, we gained our independence and seceded from Britain.
The colony was a modern concept of state sovereignty.
In SC, we grew rice and indigo to trade with other countries. But a hurricane in the 1890's finished the run.
Laws in each state that defined the status of slaves and the rights of their masters, giving theme absolute power over their slaves.
A conflict between multiple Native American tribes and English settlers; Many settlers were killed in the war.
Was a colonial administration of the British Empire.
The trading of cotton between countries.
A slave rebellion that lasted for one day, September 9, 1739. The largest slave uprising on British land prior to the American Revolution.
Conflict between France (joined by Cherokee indians in 1758) and Great Britain. Great amount of damage that led to high taxes.
Conflict between the Cherokee Indians and Britain between the French & Indian War.
The system based on agricultural mass production.
A revenue-raising act passed on April 5, 1764, and repealed on 1766.
A revenue-raising act on all things paper.
A North & South Carolina uprising where citizens fought against corrupt colonial officials.
A group of American Patriots best known for undertaking the Boston Tea Party.
An act made to reduce the surplus of tea.
A war between the American Patriots and the British Empire. A war that gave us our freedom.
Made on July 4, 1776, the Declaration of Independence is a document that gave us our freedom.
South Carolina's first state constitution; would last for about 2 years.
Agreement between the 13 states of the USA; served as it's first constitution.
Battle took place in York County, SC, 5 miles south of Kings Mountain, NC; Americans won, causing a huge turning point in the war.
Battle above Camden, SC; Major victory for the British.
Battle took place in Eutawville, SC; Americans won & last major battle in the Carolinas.
Battle took place in Cowpens, SC; Major victory for the Patriots; Finally pushed British forces out of SC.
A document to replace the flawed Articles of Confederation with a new, strong central government.
An agreement that each state, large or small, would have it's own legislative structure and representation under the US Constitution.
An agreement on taxes for imports, but not on exports.
Agreement that slaves count as three-fifths (3/5) of a person.
A mechanism, invented by Eli Whitney, that removes cotton seeds from the cotton.
An act in which the French and British could not trade with the US so they wouldn't keep attacking the US.
Another war between the Americans and British; Ironically the war ended in 1815.
A Union general in the American Civil War who created "Total War".
A plot created by Vesey to free slaves, but it was heard about and failed as Vesey and other people involved were hanged.
An anti-slavery movement in America.
Controversy between President Andrew Jackson and SC Senator John C. Calhoun on wheather or not a state could nullify federal law.
A slave-turned-politician who freed his family by taking over a ship in Charleston, and even convinced Lincoln to let blacks fight for the Union.
An act that opened up the territories of Kansas and Nebraska.
A decision among people wheather or not Dred Scott remain a slave or become a free man.
A person withdrawing from an organization, union, or a political party.
Abraham Lincoln won the presidential election of 1860, wanting to end slavery. This made the south secede from the US.
The country that the south of the USA created to be their own country and keep slavery intact.
One of the earliest amphibious operations of the American Civil War. Union won.
First battle sparking the American Civil War. Surprisingly no casualties from the bombing on the fort.
A war between the North (the USA) and the South (the CSA) of America. Caused by the South not giving up slavery and seceding from the North. Bloodiest war in American history.
A method used to destroy the South's food supply and ammunition.
On April 15, 1865, Abraham Lincoln was shot in the back of the head at an opera house by John Wilkes Booth.