How Did Charles Pinckney Have A Role As A Founding Father?

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Charles Pinckney was born October 26, 1757 in Charleston, South Carolina to Frances Brewton and Colonel Charles Pinckney. His father was lawyer and a planter who owned several plantations. As a child Charles had all of his schooling taught to him by Dr. David Oliphant who was a South Carolina scholar. Dr.Oliphant words to Charles as a child is what made him have a role as a Founding Father. In 1773 when Charles’s colleges plans to attend college in England to study law failed. He decided to stay home and study law with his father, and later was accepted into the South Carolina Bar in

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