Why were North& South Carolina founded?

Answer North and South Carolina were originally part of the same English colony in North America. They were part of the larger European project to settle in what they called the New World.First Settlement... Read More »

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Are Virginia, North Carolina and South Carolina a part of the same criminal database?

North Carolina, Virginia and South Carolina have separate state criminal databases. The FBI operates a nationwide criminal database. Those who need criminal histories for each state may consider re... Read More »

How far is Parris island, South Carolina to Camp Lejeune, North Carolina?

To drive from Marine Corps Recruit Depot Parris Island, South Carolina, to Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune, North Carolina, is approximately 337 miles on 1-95N. If you drive US-17, it's 291 miles, a... Read More »

Who founded South Carolina?

William Sayle came to the territory that is now South Carolina in 1670 via the Ashley River. He formed the first English settlement with three shiploads of English emigrants from the island of Barb... Read More »

What year was South Carolina founded?

South Carolina was founded in 1710. The original name of the colony was Carolina, after the British King Charles I, but was divided in 1710 into North Carolina and South Carolina. It's one of the o... Read More »