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    The South Carolina Nullification Crisis of 1832 The Nullification Crisis was a major political crisis in 1832 during the presidency of Andrew Jackson. The concept of nullification was first discussed by Thomas Jefferson and James Madison, when they created the Doctrine of Nullification in order to oppose the Alien and Sedition acts. Despite the fact that Andrew Jackson was elected for his bravery and leadership in New Orleans during the War of 1812 and because he was in favor of the common man, he still was subject to a scandalous crisis that would cause controversy against the United States Government and would have a major impact on the country. This crisis was between the Federal Government and South Carolina and was known as the “Nullification…

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    Weekend in South Carolina that has changed to a historical weekend in South Carolina. This past weekend a historical event took place. A lot of rain has fell down, and many different events have taken place. The rain was heavy and there was big gusts of winds. This rain caused flooding and the big gusts of winds have caused huge amounts of damage. The flooding and wind has caused many peoples lives to be changed and many different things have been destroyed. This rain and wind has caused trees…

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    South Carolina Geography

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    South Carolina South Carolina, also known as the Palmetto State, has a history that dates back to the beginning of the country. Its large cities, universities, mountains, and beaches bring visitors every year. Many important people have influenced the state, and even the country. South Carolina is an important state to this nation. South Carolina was one of the original thirteen colonies, yet its history dates back to 1633. Royal nobles were sent by King Charles I to explore and settle the…

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    Charleston, South Carolina, a city that has been seen by the public as the place where the American Civil War started and where Fort Sumter is located. But, ironically the first battle of the slavery induced Civil War took place in what was the slave trading capital of mainland North America. Charleston was host to an event that spanned over a century and that is the great migration of Africans to America by as many means as possible from the slave trade to piracy. Due to its geographic location…

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    state is South Carolina and The reason I picked it was because it is my birth state. South Carolina has many cool things to it like being the golf capital of the world or that the trees cover two-thirds of the land, or even that their most valuable catch is shrimp. South Carolina is filled with interesting facts like being explored by the French, Spanish and English, the first State to leave the Union, and the first battle of the Civil War. South Carolina has many other interesting facts. …

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    For two weeks, I stayed in Charleston, South Carolina. I didn’t know much about the place, except that I referred to it as an army town because that’s where my sister and her husband, who was in the military, stayed. I was reluctant to go, but Charleston had a lot to offer me; a new change of pace and some new scenery was much more satisfying than spending the two weeks stuck in Iowa doing the same old routine. The weather was mystical in Charleston. It was hot- that was a given being in the…

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    Vice President, John C. Calhoun wrote “South Carolina Exposition and Protest” a document that greatly provoke the Nullification Crisis and also led to the Southern secession. The Crisis began in 1832 when the series of protective tariffs, tariffs are taxes placed on goods imported from foreign countries that prepared a nation to raise money ( "1832 Nullification Crisis"). The Nullification Crisis began when Congress passed the Tariffs of 1828, which was the third protective tariffs and taxes…

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    South Carolina Lions Charitable Services Screenings, Hearing Aids and Eye Surgery South Carolina Lions Charitable Services requests $10,000 to continue the important health programs providing vision, hearing, and health screenings, hearing aids, and eye surgeries to the uninsured residents of South Carolina. South Carolina Lions Charitable Services is dedicated to improving lives by providing vision, hearing and health screenings, and hearing aids and eye surgeries for the uninsured and…

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    The constitutionality of the secession of the South Carolina was a debate over the legality of the Confederate State of America. This debate depends on many aspects including the relation between Article of Confederation and the U.S constitution and the interpretation of the State right. Since there was no precedent, the constitutionality of the secession of South Carolina was remain in myth. However, since the CSA including the South Carolina later got defeated in the Civil war, the secession…

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    South Carolina Earthquake

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    Last week Meteorologists predicted the category three Hurricane, Joaquin, to make landfall hitting the Carolina’s. Gratefully it never made landfall, but unfortunately the Carolina’s received trillions of gallons of rain from the hurricane. Florence County flooded very badly; streets resembled Miniature Rivers, golf-courses looked like The Rapids, bridges were completely washed out, homes completely flooded, people were being evacuated, etc. Last Thursday night the rain started, it was unlike…

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