What was the first capital city of South Carolina?

Answer Settled in 1670, the coastal city of Charleston was the first center of South Carolina life and trade and as well as the state's first capital. By 1786, however, more of the state's population resi... Read More »

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What is the city located on the Congaree River that is the capital of South Carolina?

Located on the banks of the Conagree River, the city of Columbia is the state capital of South Carolina. Including the Conagree there are three rivers that run through the state capital. The other ... Read More »

When did columbia become the capital of south carolina?

Columbia became the capital of South Carolina in 1786, replacing the state's original capital of Charleston. Columbia was built within a two-mile square next to the Congaree River and broken down i... Read More »

Was Charleston ever the capital of South Carolina?

Charleston was the capital of South Carolina, also known as the Palmetto State, from 1670 to 1790. In 1790, the capital of South Carolina was moved to Columbia, which remains the capital.References... Read More »

Which capital city in South America is not on a coast?

The capital cities of six South American countries are not located on the coast. Those landlocked capital cities include: Asuncion, Paraguay; Bogota, Colombia; Brasilia, Brazil; La Paz, Bolivia; Qu... Read More »