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South Carolina State Symbols and More

Updated on November 7, 2015

Old South Carolina History Book

South Carolina - State Symbols, Emblems and More

South Carolina is my home and I am proud of it. I wanted to create this page for a couple of reasons.First, our grandson was in the third grade at the time and South Carolina children learn about their state then. I was in the third grade at Pendleton Elementary School in 1956. The picture is of the textbook we used. My brother was 4 years younger and the book was discontinued when he was in the third grade and that is how I happen to have a copy of it. It is signed by the librarian, Mrs. John Allen.
Don't worry, I did not get my information for this lens out of this text. I have fond memories of learning about our state's history and I think it is so important for everyone to know all about their state and to show their pride in it.The other reason is that I love to promote my hometown of Pendleton, SC and have made several lenses about our town. I thought it would only be appropriate to also make a page about our beautiful state. I hope this can be your guide to facts about the beautiful state of South Carolina, my home!

Do you know the South Carolina Symbols?

Photo Credit: Photo by OhMe of my brother's old South Carolina History Book which is the same edition that I used when I was a student at Pendleton Elementary. My brother was 4 years younger than me.

South Carolina State Mottos

South Carolina has two mottoes:(1)Dum Spiro Spero, meaning "While I Breath I Hope" and refers to the figure of Hope on the State Seal(2) Animis Opibusque Parati meaning "Ready in Soul and Resource"

South Carolina State Songs

We have two state songs of South Carolina

"Carolina" words by Henry Timrod, music by Anne C. Burgess was adopted as the South Carolina State Song in 1911."South Carolina on My Mind" was written by Hank Martin and Buzz Arledge and adopted as the 2nd State Song on March 8, 1984.This information and more available on State of South Carolina Official Website

South Carolina State Flag

The Palmetto State

South Carolina is called The Palmetto State and the Palmetto Tree and the Crescent adorn the blue background of our flag.

Pledge to South Carolina Flag

"I salute the flag of South Carolina and pledge to the Palmetto State love, loyalty and faith."

South Carolina State Flag
South Carolina State Flag

The South Carolina State Flag

According to Wikipedia, the South Carolina State flag came about when Colonel Moultrie asked the Revolutionary Council to design a flag for South Carolina. The flag had a blue background like the uniforms and a crescent that was like the one on the soldier's caps. The Palmetto wasn't added until 1861 in honor of Colonel Moultrie's defense of the log fort on Sullivan's Island made from Palmetto logs.

Photo- Wikipedia

South Carolina State Bird

Carolina Wren

We enjoy our little Carolina Wrens nesting in all kinds of places around our house. We have found nest in hanging baskets and even in the wreath on our front door. The Carolina Wren is mostly seen in the Eastern Part of the United States.

Our Daughter's Yellow Jasmine - It is growing taller than her house

Our daughter says that she doesn't do anything to this plant but it sure does love where it is growing. It is growing up the side of her house and has to be trimmed when it gets on the roof.
Our daughter says that she doesn't do anything to this plant but it sure does love where it is growing. It is growing up the side of her house and has to be trimmed when it gets on the roof. | Source

South Carolina State Flower

Yellow Jasmine

We used to have the Yellow Jasmine climbing on the pole of our big bell but it began to take over the whole bell so we had to cut it down. I really miss seeing it's blooms in the spring. Our daughter has it growing on a trellis at her home so I am looking forward to seeing it in full bloom this spring. This twining vine is seen in the warmer climates.

South Carolina State Dance

The Shag

The Shag is the official State Dance with the Square Dance being the official Folk Dance and the State Waltz is the The Richardson Waltz.The Shag is a 6 count dance with the upper part of body hardly moving and the legs and feet doing some fancy footwork.

I remember practicing with my sisters and also just holding onto the door knob. Everyone just had to know how to shag.

South Carolina State Wild Game Bird

Wild Turkey on Wikipedia

We love for the Wild Turkey come up into our back yard. They are such fun to watch. I have seen as many as 12 back there at one time. They really are amazing. I don't remember seeing them when I was younger but we sure do now.

South Carolina State Amphibian

Spotted Salamander

I often enjoy sitting on our back porch but I have to share it with a couple of Salamanders who like to climb the wall. They can be very interesting to watch.

South Carolina State Animal

Whte-tailed Deer

My grandson has enjoyed his Trail Camera and has taken some good photos of the White-tailed Deer in our backyard. The Deer seem to be multiplying and one has to be careful on the road, especially at night, or a deer could run right into the side of your car leaving big dents. Just ask my hubby.

South Carolina State Butterfly

Tiger Swallowtail

I remember as a young girl trying to catch the beautiful Tiger Swallowtail. Also I remember my Insect Collection from High School Biology Class and I had all kinds of butterflies attached to an old limb. The Tiger Swallowtail really stood out.

South Carolina State Tree

Sabal Palmetto

Also called the Cabbage Palmetto, the South Carolina State Tree has been used on all kinds of merchandise. We are proud of our State Tree as it has quite the history from the Revolutionary War.

South Carolina State Dog

Boykin Spaniel

Boykin Spaniels make great pets. The Boykin Spaniel is a medium size dog that was bred for hunting Wild Turkeys in the South Carolina Swamps.

Former Pendleton Mayor Carol Burdette and her Boykin, JC (John C. Calhoun)

South Carolina State Fish

Striped Bass

I used to love to go fishing in Lake Hartwell with my husband. We often caught Striped Bass. The Stripe Bass is also the state fish of Maryland and Rhode Island.

South Carolina State Fruit

Peach

Yummy. There is nothing better than a good ripe fresh peach from South Carolina. Southerns, in particular, know how to make many wonderful dishes with fresh peaches. We watch the weather very closely for fear that a harsh winter will kill the peaches.

Indian Grass Photo
Indian Grass Photo

South Carolina State Grass

Indian Grass

Sorghastrum nutans is a Praire Grass and is also the state grass of Oklahoma. It is usually found along back country roadsides across our state and was made our state grass in 2001 as suggested by Governor Jim Hodges. Indian Grass can grow as tall as 6 ft.Photo Credit: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Indian_grass

South Carolina State Insect

Praying Mantis

Also called Carolina Matid

South Carolina State Spider

Carolina Wolf Spider

Hogna carolinensis or Wolf Spider is our State Spider. This spider is sometimes known to be a lone hunter with good eyesight. You can read more about the wolf spider on Wikipedia.

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South Carolina State Reptile

Loggerhead Turtle

Caretta caretta or Loggerhead Sea Turtle is the SC State Reptile and much has been done over the past years to save this very interesting and amazing species. Across the coast of South Carolina are volunteers who team up together to watch the nest and make sure the young survive.

Photo Credit:Wikipedia

Visit our South Carolina Aquarium in Charleston to learn lots about the Sea Turtle Rescue

South Carolina State Shell

Lettered Olive

Looking for that perfect shell on the coast of South Carolina is a very relaxing past time. The Lettered Olive is one of the many Olives that can be found and is home to snails.

South Carolina State Popular Music

Beach Music

South Carolinians love our Beach Music and enjoy Shaggin to these tunes. In the 50's and 60's, this music became known as Beach Music or Carolina Beach Music. The music could be some from one of the Big Bands, Rock and Roll, Jazz, or other genre but the important thing that determined if it was considered Beach Music was if it was a good song to Shag to.

South Carolinians Know Their Sweet Tea - Charleston Tea Bags are really great!

South Carolina State Beverage

Milk is the state beverage and Tea is the Hospitality Beverage

MILKWe love our milk in South Carolina especially when it comes from our own South Carolina Cows.TEATea is the South Carolina State Hospitality Beverage.

South Carolina State Gemstone

Amethyst

The Amethyst is a beautiful purple stone which makes gorgeous jewelry. It is a purple or violet variety of quartz which is used to make beautiful jewelry. It is the birthstone for the month of February.

Boiled Peanuts
Boiled Peanuts

South Carolina State Snack Food

Boiled Peanuts

Every year at Pendleton's Spring Jubilee, I have to get a bag of Boiled Peanuts. My dad loved them and so do I. Boiled Peanuts are a very special treat. My husband will usually cook up a pot of boiled peanuts at least once a year and share them with friends. He uses Sea Salt to season them. Our daughter cooks hers in the Crook Pot and they are also very good.

South Carolina State Lowcountry Handcraft - Sweet Grass Basket

Sweet Grass Basket


I am fortunate to own one Sweet Grass Basket. It was given to me by a friend before she died.Years ago you could pick up these baskets for a very reasonable price but now that the art has been recognized for what it is, they are rather expensive but well worth it. I love to watch the basket makers when we are in Charleston. It is truly an art.The baskets come in a variety of shapes and sizes.

South Carolina State Music

The Spirtual

I don't know many people who don't enjoy hearing a beautiful Spiritual sung.

Listen to these South Carolina Spirituals on YouTube

Will South Carolina have a State Fossil? - Will it be the Columbian Mammoth?

An 8 year old girl from Lake City wrote a letter to the governor asking that the Mammoth be the Official State Fossil. As it turns out, this has not been a simple request and has become somewhat controversial. South Carolina is one of 7 states without an Official State Fossil according to an article on Fox News.

Five Geologic Regions of South Carolina

South Carolina has five geologic regionsthe Blue Ridge, the Piedmont, the Sandhills, the Coastal Plain, and the Coastal Zone.These regions are filled with Cities and Towns which are filled with wonderful people known as South Carolinians.Enjoy these lenses about South Carolina Cities, Towns and Places of Interest.

South Carolina Government

Official Website for the State of South Carolina

State of South Carolina Official Website

Governor - Governor Nikki Haley


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      Eugene Samuel Monaco 3 years ago from Lakewood New York

      A wonderful lens, my wife's brother and sister live in Charleston, and we love to visit. I just can't get enough of the history in Charleston, I love it. Thanks for all of this great information.

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      VillaDejaBlue 5 years ago

      Nice lens.

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      Deenasmith32520 5 years ago

      Great lens! I love all the info! I have been looking at real estate in Charleston SC because my husband recently found a new job there and I just love reading info like this. I am trying to learn all I can before we go and I really appreciate people who take the time to share their wealth of knowledge with me! I really appreciate it!

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      Debbie 6 years ago from England

      I know very little about the American states so this was helpful in educating me on your state! I think the closest I've been to South Carolina is Rayleigh Durham airport when I was en route to Miami. Nice people there :)

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      Evelyn Saenz 6 years ago from Royalton

      I have been trying to remember the state birds so I just had to stop by again to visit the Carolina Wren. What a cute little bird!Thanks for teaching me about South Carolina. :)Blessed by a SquidAngel:)

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      Evelyn Saenz 6 years ago from Royalton

      I have been trying to remember the state birds so I just had to stop by again to visit the Carolina Wren. What a cute little bird!Thanks for teaching me about South Carolina. :)Blessed by a SquidAngel:)

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      Patricia 6 years ago

      This is a great way to learn about South Carolina! Blessing it!

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      anonymous 6 years ago

      Great to read that from you. You collect all the sites on internet talking httabout South Carolina. That's great! Hope to see soon my site for lovers of South Carolina:http://www.lovingsc.com

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      southcarolinaweb 7 years ago

      Great lens, I love SC!

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      southcarolinaweb 7 years ago

      Great lens, I love SC!

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      anonymous 7 years ago

      I just love the site!! So nice to see others that are so proud of the state we call home!http://carolinawhimsy.weebly.com

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      anonymous 7 years ago

      When I taught school in Charleston in 1964, we used the book, Gateway to S. C. Seeing this book brought back old memories!! A great lens!!

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      Tony Payne 7 years ago from Southampton, UK

      Wow Wow and just Wow! I never knew that there were so many state emblems, and this is just an amazing lens. So much information here, you could read it and practically be a state resident. Great work.

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      resabi 7 years ago

      Terrific lens, jampacked with an impressive array of information. Naturally, i just lensroll this to my Quirky State Symbols lens!

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      PalmettoTrading 7 years ago

      This is a great South Carolina lens! A ton of great information. I'll be linking to it from my other South Carolina themed lenses.Palmetto T-Shirts at Palmetto Trading

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      stacy mcdaniel 7 years ago

      Nice lens! South Carolina sounds like a great place to live.

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      Kate Phizackerl1 7 years ago

      Nice local lens

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      ElizabethJeanAl 8 years ago

      I want to build more South Carolina lenses this spring. It is a beautiful state and I'm proud to be a resident.

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      anonymous 8 years ago

      What an incredible lens!! Such detail. Great presentation. **5**

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      ElizabethJeanAl 8 years ago

      As I am about to build my travel lens, I thought I would check out your South Carolina Lens once again. You did an excellent job on it. It's a good guide to follow.ThanksLizzy

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      StephanieB-Writer 8 years ago

      Even I learned somestuff and I've lived here my whole life!

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      dustytoes 8 years ago

      Nice lens with so much info...I'm linking it on my New England lens under "Our United States" and giving you 5 stars!

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      Andy 8 years ago from London, England

      Excellent, very detailed lens

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      Nancy Tate Hellams 8 years ago from Pendleton, SC

      [in reply to Mountainside-Crochet] Yes, Pat, I was thrilled when Carol said I could use that photo on this lens. Thank you for visiting here again. Have a great weekend.

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      Mountainside-Crochet 8 years ago

      OhMe, great picture of our Pendleton, SC mayor and her very own South Carolina State Dog, JC.

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      Nancy Tate Hellams 8 years ago from Pendleton, SC

      [in reply to SemperFidelis] Oh Colleen. You have made my day! Thank you, thank you.

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      anonymous 8 years ago

      Extraordinary lens!

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      teamlane 8 years ago

      Blessed by a SquidAngel today!www.squidoo.com/squid-angel~ Colleen :o)

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      Nancy Tate Hellams 8 years ago from Pendleton, SC

      [in reply to WhitePineLane] Oh me, I am so glad that you had a great visit to our beautiful state. I wish that you could have visited my little town of Pendleton but am glad you decided to visit here. Thank you.

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      WhitePineLane 8 years ago

      What a marvelous lens! I just got back from visiting SC for the first time-- drove the whole length of the state from Charlotte to Savannah, and passed a beautiful week in Hilton Head. My whole family just loved it. I came here from your Kate Sally Palmer lens (another great one!)

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      anonymous 8 years ago

      Wow! What a wonderful lens! There is so much to I learned. I thought I knew more!

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      Nancy Tate Hellams 8 years ago from Pendleton, SC

      [in reply to Christene] Oh me! Oh my! Thank you so much for blessing this lens. I am thrilled.

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      Christene-S 8 years ago

      Blessed by a SquidAngel

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      Mountainside-Crochet 8 years ago

      Wonderful lens on SC - very informative. I knew states had a State Flag, State Bird, and State Flower & Tree, but had no idea there also was a State butterfly, fish, fruit, grass, gemstone, animal, and even a dog, to name a few you mentioned. What fun to learn all that. Very well put together. A 5***** lens for sure.

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      RuthCoffee 8 years ago

      Very nice state lens. South Carolina would definitely be on my list of states where I would prefer to live.

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      Nancy Tate Hellams 8 years ago from Pendleton, SC

      [in reply to Janiece] Thank you, Janiece. Hope you will share this link with all your South Carolina friends!

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      JanieceTobey 8 years ago

      This is a great lens! I'll refer back to it often while homeschooling my son!

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      Melanie Barniskis 8 years ago from Southern Oregon

      I vote that this lens should be the NEXT replacement of that South Carolina Gatebook up there. It is terrific!

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      ElizabethJeanAl 8 years ago

      Its an honor to see so many of my lenses, and My Mother's Shoes featured on this lens. OhMe, you are a wonderful friends and I thank you.Lizzy

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      ElizabethJeanAl 8 years ago

      Its an honor to see so many of my lenses, and My Mother's Shoes featured on this lens. OhMe, you are a wonderful friends and I thank you.Lizzy

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      MargoPArrowsmith 8 years ago

      Thanks for including The Secret Life of Bees Can't give more stars!

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      greenerme 8 years ago

      I love South Carolina, and they have some great state symbols. Their state flag is the most recognizable (maybe besides Texas) of any state. I've visited Myrtle Beach a few times, and Charleston is one of my favorite cities I've visited. Excellent work!

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      ElizabethJeanAl 8 years ago

      I love this state and now I know where to look when I need some info.Great lensLizzy

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      Dianne Loomos 8 years ago

      I forgot to say what a beautiful lens this is. Well done!

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      Dianne Loomos 8 years ago

      South Carolina has a state tartan too. You can see it on my Men in Kilts lens. My son spent several months in Goose Creek, South Carolina at the Navy Nuclear Nuclear Power Training Command. He is currently serving on the USS Nimitz.

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      sittonbull 8 years ago

      Absolutely fantastic enjoyable and educational lens Ohme! This should be required exposure and study for all SC schoolchildren! Faved and of course 5*

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      Jimmie Lanley 8 years ago from Memphis, TN, USA

      I grew up in NC. :-)SC is a beautiful state with beautiful people. Truly.Wonderful resource here, and I'm going to lensroll it to my 50 States Notebook page.

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      luvmyludwig lm 8 years ago

      welcome to the Squidoo Skidoo Group, glad to have you. THis lens is also featured in the Group leader's picks!

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      goinspire 8 years ago

      Wow! I love South Carolina. This lens is so awesome! So many things I didn't even know and I lived there!Cheers!

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      rydigga 8 years ago

      Hello,Awesome lens, very well done! I used to vacation in Charleston(Folly Beach) and Hilton Head, so beautiful down there. Thanks for sharing. 5*Ryan

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      MargoPArrowsmith 8 years ago

      You sure do know and love your state! Nice work

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      anonymous 8 years ago

      OhMe! Another wonderful lens! Followed your link over from Twitter- ville! You sure sis some fine helping-out Sittonbull with his first. You are a nice pearson. Hope you have a nice weekend. :)

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      anonymous 8 years ago

      I gave you a big 5;)

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      anonymous 8 years ago

      I gave you a big 5;)

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      marsha32 8 years ago

      great idea....when the girls and I do our Kansas study later this month I will have to remember to do a lens to go along with it.

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      anonymous 8 years ago

      Hi there!Thankz for dropping by me lens!Have a blessed new year;)

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      Nancy Tate Hellams 8 years ago from Pendleton, SC

      [in reply to MindGuru] Thank you. Yes Andew Jackson was born in the Carolinas and we like to claim that it was South Carolina instead of North Carolina but I don't think anyone is sure. South Carolinians are also proud to claim the birthplace of Vice President John C. Calhoun. I will have to add an Important South Carolinian Section. Thank you for the heads up on that.

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      anonymous 8 years ago

      Awesome lens! I have only one thing to add: Andrew Jackson was born in North Carolina. The state should use this lens for its website.

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      anonymous 8 years ago

      I love South Carolina but you can keep the boiled peanuts (yuck!)Great lensLizzyJean

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      CleanerLife 8 years ago

      Great Lens! It was almost like actually being there. For those of us who don't live in SC, this would be a great primer before going for a visit.

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      MargoPArrowsmith 8 years ago

      Wow, you know how to do a lens. Loved reading about the shag. A North Carolina friend of mine told me that it was designed so that you could do it with a drink in your hand. I used to swing dance and most of the bars don't like to have swing dancers, because you can't really drink and dance because it is dangerous, you certainly can't hold a drink in your hands and dance. They love the shag, though! Tomorrow my Iowa Hawkeyes play South Carolina. So I am glad you are a Clemson fan! No conflict and you can cheer for my Hawks!***** to you, although there is enough here for many, many more!

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      anonymous 8 years ago

      ps LOL I love when I forgot something...... I forgot to mention that I really enjoyed your intro and it really made your lens!

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      anonymous 8 years ago

      What a fantastic idea for a lens, I loved it, you did an absolutely fantastic job Nancy! I always love learning about new places! Happy, Happy, Happy New Year! - Kathy

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      Evelyn Saenz 8 years ago from Royalton

      Congratulations! This lens is now featured as the best lens for learning about the Southern States on 50 States.

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      Tobbie LM 8 years ago

      OhMe, a lot of work went into this lens! Great presentation of information.

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      Kiwisoutback 8 years ago from Massachusetts

      I love South Carolina, I've been there many times! Your state bird, the Carolina wren, is a frequent up here in Massachusetts. Thanks for featuring my "Loggerhead Turtles" lens!

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      lynnasafriend 8 years ago

      I love your lens! so much work has been put into it, I really enjoyed my time here, thank you for sharing.

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      ThomasC 8 years ago

      Thanks for the lensroll! You should add about the state quarter! Blessed starred and a fav! I will be back!ThomasC

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      Mary Beth Granger 8 years ago from O'Fallon, Missouri, USA

      This is a great lens. Very comprehensive. It should be a great reference for your grandson as he learns about South Carolina and for anyone who is interested in visiting there or possibly moving to South Carolina. Thanks for a great read! I will add this to information on my SC Lighthouse site.

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      ElizabethJeanAl 8 years ago

      Welcome to the Totally Awesome Lenses GroupLizzy

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      ElizabethJeanAl 8 years ago

      What a wonderful lens. I've lived in South Carolina for twenty-five years now. Its home to me, but some of my friends still call me a yankee.Great job and thanks for featuring some of my lenses. I'm honored.Lizzy

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      GrowWear 8 years ago

      The state motto, "While I breath, I hope," is in my blood! Hubby has fished for "Stripers" all over the state. When the moon is full, it's a "Striper Moon." :) Great work! --from a fellow South Carolinian. :)

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      Paula Atwell 8 years ago from Cleveland, OH

      Very nice lens. Great job.

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      Nancy Tate Hellams 8 years ago from Pendleton, SC

      [in reply to bjc] Thanks BJ. I have now added both mottos.

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      Evelyn Saenz 8 years ago from Royalton

      Thank you for all the info on South Carolina. The Carolina Wren is so cute.Please add it to my 50 States lens where lenses that will help children learn the 50 States.

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      VBright 8 years ago

      Another fantastic lens! Great and thorough job!

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      julieannbrady 8 years ago

      Quite an interesting lens -- who would have thought that the praying mantis would be the state insect? Thanks for featuring my lens on this curious insect -- great job on presenting the variety of info.

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      anonymous 8 years ago

      We're South Carolina Soul Sisters, Ohme! One thing you did not include is our state motto, DUM SPIRO SPERO, (While I breathe, I hope), and this motto that I learned in elementary school has helped me get through my life's hardest moments....Thank you for this lens. I am going to send it to my family.

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      anonymous 8 years ago

      A true "South Carolinian" by birth, now a Georgia cracker, I thoroughly enjoyed this great lens, Nan. Fabulously full of so much information! b.

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      anonymous 8 years ago

      " Everything you always wanted to know about SC", What a great lens, thanks for all the wonderful information.

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      anonymous 8 years ago

      " Everything you always wanted to know about SC", What a great lens, thanks for all the wonderful information.

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      Joan4 8 years ago

      Great job! Super information! Every SC child should have to read this lens in school! and thanks for all the features, too!