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Federated state of the Southeastern USA, 80,582 km², 4,321,249
residents (2006 estimate), 54 residents/km², capital: Columbia. Borders: North
Carolina (N), Atlantic ocean (E), Georgia (S, W). "See geographic map vol.
V, page 485" "For the geographic map see the lemma of the 5th volume."
The territory is mostly flat, or barely moved by modest hills, except in the
north-western section, affected by the Blue Ridge chain, which here culminates
at 1085 m in Mount Sassafras. The coast, which stretches for 301 km from Long
Bay to the mouth of the Savannah River, is low, jagged and often swampy. The
hydrographic network is dense and the water courses descend to the Atlantic with
NW-SE direction: the main ones are the Pee Dee, the Santee, the Edisto and the
Savannah, which marks the border with Georgia. Numerous lakes, mostly artificial
(Murray, Marion, Moultrie, Wateree). The climate is warm temperate, but in the
southern part it assumes subtropical characteristics. Rainfall is more frequent
in mountainous regions and near the coast. No center reaches 100,000
inhabitants: in addition to the capital, Columbia, we
remember Charleston, Greenville, Spartanburg and Rock Hill. The main economic
resource is represented by agriculture: tobacco, cereals, peanuts and fruit are
produced; the cotton harvest is good, despite the fact that this crop has
experienced a certain regression throughout the SE due to diseases and
pests. Cattle breeding (cattle, pigs, poultry), fishing and forest exploitation
follow. Among the industries, the main ones are the textile, clothing and
chemical industries. Mineral resources are scarce, while a significant
contribution to the formation of income comes from tourism.
Visited by the Spaniards in the century. XVI, the first stable settlement of
English colonists dates back to 1670. Although South
and North Carolina theoretically formed only one colony, in practice their
governments were always separate. The colonial period was characterized by the
struggles against the proprietary lords and the crown, which took over from the
first in 1719. South Carolina participated in the war of independence and
ratified the Constitution in 1788. It supported a bitter controversy with the
federal government over the issue of tariffs customs and then for slavery in the
period immediately preceding the civil war; he was then the first state to
proclaim secession. Destroyed by federal troops during the civil war, it was
readmitted to the Union in 1868. During the Reconstruction, it was ruled by
corrupt and authoritarian administrations. Returning to normal (1877), it was
dominated by the Democratic Party, both for historical reasons and because it is
recognized as the only one capable of defending white supremacy. The rules
introduced in 1895 to limit black voting rights expired in 1965.
City (41,600 residents) of the State of South Carolina (USA), 100 km N of
Columbia, 210 m to the right of the Wateree River. Agricultural market (cotton,
fruit) and livestock with textile, chemical and wood industries.
City (43,500 residents) of the State of South Carolina (USA), 130 km NW of
Columbia. Important road and rail junction and active agricultural market
(fruit, cereals, fodder, cotton), it is home to textile, metalworking, chemical,
pharmaceutical, food and tobacco industries. Airport.
Name of some cities in the USA, including one in North Carolina (35,700
residents), 100 km ESE of Raleigh, on the Tar River; a second in South
Carolina (58,200 residents), 150 km NW of Columbia; a third
in Mississippi (40,600 residents), 150 km NW of Jackson, on the left of the
Mississippi River; and a fourth in Texas (22,200 residents), 70 km NE of Dallas.
Charleston (South Carolina)
City (69,500 residents) of the State of South Carolina (USA), on the
Atlantic coast, 170 km SE of Columbia. Equipped with a well-equipped port, it is
an export market for cotton and tobacco and home to shipbuilding, food (fish
preserves), textile, chemical, petrochemical, rubber and wood
industries. Airport. Tourism. § Founded in the second half of the century. XVII,
the capital of South Carolina until 1790, played a prominent part in the
Secession war which, in fact, began with the bombing and occupation of Fort
Sumter (1861), in its port. Almost uninterruptedly besieged by the Northerners,
Charleston was conquered in February 1865.
Columbia (South Carolina)
City (110,840 residents in 1998; 488,207 residents the metropolitan area)
and capital of the State of South Carolina (USA), located 90 m on the Congaree
River, 20 km ESE of Lake Murray. It is an active commercial and industrial
center (textile, food, chemical, metalworking plants) but above all a cultural
center, home to the Allen universities (1870) and South Carolina (1801) and
numerous higher education institutions. Airport. Founded in 1786 to be the new
state capital, it was almost entirely destroyed by fire (1865) during the