Curricula materials for the first South Carolinians : the life and times of native peoples in the Palmetto State
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South Carolina State Museum
SubjectIndians of North America--South Carolina--Study and teaching; Indians of North America--South Carolina--History; Indians of North America--South Carolina--Social life and customs
This exhibit helps you and your students understand Native American life in South Carolina between at least 10,000 years ago and the early 1800s. It explains how these early South Carolinians hunted and collected food and how they lived and the tools they made. It examines the changes that took place over time and explores what happened to this people with the coming of Europeans during the 16th and 17th centuries.
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