2.South Carolina is part of the Eastern Time zone.
4.There are certain cities of South Carolina that are named Coward, Welcome and South of the Border.
5.South Carolina shares common borders with North Carolina and Georgia. It is also encircled by Atlantic Ocean.
6.Richland is at a distance of 13 miles from Columbia and lies to its southeast. It is exactly at the heart of South Carolina.
7.South Carolina is the place of origin of Vanna White.
8.At Fort Sumter in 1861 the earliest battle of the American Civil War was fought.
9.The official soil of South Carolina is Lynchburg.
10.It was in 1729 that North Carolina and South Carolina came into existence.
11.The earliest symphony orchestra of USA was staged in 1767. It was named Saint Cecilia Society.
12.South Carolina's earliest flag had a blue backdrop and a semi-circular moon on it.
13.Francisco de Gordillo traveled around the South Carolinian shoreline in 1521.
14.In 1629 Sir Robert Heath received a portion of land from King Charles I. It was on this site that Carolina later came to be built.
15.On 23rd May in 1789 South Carolina attained statehood.
16.In 1730, approximately 66.67% of South Carolinians were of African-American origin.
17.Albemarle Point in South Carolina is located on the banks of River Ashley. This is the area that the English first settled in when they arrived in the region.
18.South Carolina is the 40th biggest state in USA. Its aggregate area is 31,189 sqaure miles.
19.The original society of South Carolina can be described as a rich, powerful and noble one.
20.The Shag is the officially recognized dance form in South Carolina.