SC History Timeline


Eastern Woodland Indians

1000 - 1400

Eastern woodland Indians are native Americans that inhabit in the eastern part of United States. They build their own houses because they were hard workers.


1111 - 1112

The government controlled foreign trade for importance of insurance

San Miguel de Guadalupe

1475 - 1526

It was about discovering a newly land by sailing in boats with 600 people went. Then when people came back only 150 people survived a fever sickness.

Stono Rebellion

1491 - 1740

It was one of the most organized rebellions in the present of United States. The negro act passed for the movement of African slaves.

Triangle Slave Trade

1540 - 1606

It was about getting slaves from Africa and trading them for things that they need. The trade was between America and Europe, America got the slaves from Africa.

Proprietary Colony

1660 - 1690

It was a type of settlement dominating from British- American colonial history. American proprietors were forced to yield power and privileges to their colonist.

Rice and Indigo Trade

1680 - 1730

The rice was successfully because the captain of Madagascar gave it to Henry H. Woodward. The rice was very popular so they started trading rice for other good things that they did not have.

French and Indian War

1689 - 1763

The effort of results in growth of the colonies population was 250,000 in 1700. The colonies were wholly interested in overcoming French in North America, so they can protect them selfs by making armies.

Royal Colony

1691 - 1740

There were many bad things happening, but some colonist started making new society. So then the people started protested that they wanted their own colony so now North Carolina is more established.

Yemmassee War

1715 - 1717

It was a conflict between British settlers of colonial South Carolina with other tribes. There were hundreds of colonist killed, and settlements were destroyed.

13 English Colonies

1732 - 1776

Many people thought if they did this they would get a lot of money and goods that they could not get like tobacco. Other people went to find religion freedom or just make a new start in their lives.

Sugar Act

1764 - 1775

The sugar act had a goal of raising 100,000 pounds and amount of one- fifth to the military in North America. The sugar act signaled the end of revenue- raising taxation.

Regulator Movment

1764 - 1771

2,000 men, some unarmed and many confused of what to do in the military. William Tyron's made them be trained in his militaries. He owned about 1,000 of military

Sons Of Liberty

1765 - 1773

It was a politic activity and the scene of constant violent protest against British colonial policy. Much more credit for the revolutionary stance of Bostonians belongs to Sam Adams and a group.

Stamp Act

1765 - 1766

In 1765 the first internal tax levied directly put it on American colonist by British government. The act imposed a tax on all paper documents in the colonies because they thought it was to much.

Tea Act

1773 - 1774

Colonist dressed up like Indians, throwing tea in Boston harbor to protest government taxes. That day of the tea act was a flash point between the chain of events.

Battle of Cowpens

1775 - 1783

The Battle of Cowpens was a military conflict between the Kingdom of Great Britain and their thirteen colonies in North America . The year and date that the Battle of Cowpens took place on Wednesday, January 17, 1781. The battlefield in which the British and American Forces fought during the Battle of Cowpens.

Battle of Eutaw Springs

1775 - 1781

The Eutaw Springs was a military conflict between the Kingdom of Great Britain and its thirteen colonies in North America during the American Revolutionary War (1775-1783). The year and date that the Eutaw Springs took place on Saturday, September 08, 1781. The battlefield in which the British and American Forces fought during the Eutaw Springs was located in Eutawville, South Carolina. The Eutaw Springs ended in victory for the British.

Revolutionary War

1775 - 1783

The east coast of North America fought to end their membership in the British Empire. This was a bold, dangerous, and even foolish thing to do at the time, since Great Britain was the strongest country in the world.

Declaration of Independence

1776 - 1783

In early 1776, American public opinion was deeply divided over the issue of declaring independence from Britain. Either Spain or France were not good, either of them would consider a strong nation threat to their own New World colonies.

South Carolina Constitution of 1776

1776 - 1968

The 1895 Constitution has been rewritten article by article on an ongoing basis since 1968, with each proposed revision submitted to the voters for approval. Prior to 1968, the 1895 Constitution had been amended 330 times, making it one of the longest state constitutions in the United States. It had become a somewhat chaotic document, in large part because most of the amendments dealt with matters addressed by statute in most other states.

Articles of Confederation

1776 - 1781

The Articles of Confederation, was an agreement among the 13 founding states that established the United States of America as a confederation of sovereign states.The monarchies of France and Spain in particular could not be expected to aid those they considered rebels against another legitimate monarch.

Battle of Camden

1778 - 1780

The Battle of Camden South Carolina was an important battle in the American RevolutionCamden basically controlled the whole back countries of the Carolinas. Using little amount of continental troops left in the south the Americans scraped up about 2,100 troops led by Horatio Gates to fight the loyalists.

Battle of Kings Mountain

1780 - 1781

Cherokee War

1819 - 1840

It was culmination of fraction between the Cherokee Kickapoo. After they discovered the letter of the exposing plans Mexican government enlist the Indians against the Texas settlers.