south carolina, founded 1663 jennifer hornsby

Charles ii

-he sent 8 noble men so they could found the land of south Carolina.

-they wanted the profit from selling land.

-he was the son of king Charles i


- There was no predominant religion in south Carolina.

- The three main religious groups was the french Huguenots, the Anglicans and the non-conformists.

- Until, the 1700s, there was a religious freedom in the colony.


-The warmest in the three regions

- Winters was nit difficult but the warm weather bought many diseases.

-The warm weather also made it easy to grow crops.

Economic: had the largest slave population who worked on the plantations. The plantations grew cotton, tobacco, sugar, indigo (a purple dye), and other crops.

Main jobs: some of the most common and main jobs was farming, printers, shoe makers, and carpenters.

Daily life: the ones who owned there farm land could offer their children a good education. The kids who did not own there own farms would just learn how to read and wright and manage to farm. Rich families would have slaves to do there farms.


Created with images by Norman B. Leventhal Map Center at the BPL - "A general map of the southern British colonies, in America" • TBIT - "dollar bank note money"

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