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The Palmetto State
This is a quiz on the history and culture of the great state of South Carolina.
South Carolina was the ___ state to join the Union after the end of the Revolutionary War.
What was the name of the city that served as South Carolina's capital until 1790?
What is the name of the capital and largest city of South Carolina?
What is the State Tree of South Carolina?
South Carolina and North Carolina were one colony under the British until 1712.
The 1991 Ryder Cup matches, known as the "War by the Shore", won by the US (or, more correctly lost by the Europeans) were played where in South Carolina?
Harbour Town Golf Links at Hilton Head
Aiken's Palmetto Club
Kiawah Island's Ocean Course
The Dunes Golf and Beach Club, Dunes Course, in Myrtle Beach
The Chitlin' Strut Festival is held every year in Salley, South Carolina and the attendees take part in a feast of chitlins and barbecue. What are chitlins?
A mixture of black-eyed peas and rice
A colorful mixture of chicken organs, such as hearts and livers, deep fried in batter, sliced and mixed with a peach mango salsa
Deep fried beef tripe
The large intestine of a pig
On 12 April 1861, the first shots of the civil war were fired on the U.S. Army garrison in Beaufort South Carolina, thus beginning the Civil War. (Known to many in South Carolina as the war of Northern Aggression.)
South Carolina was the last of the southern states to secede from the Union in 1861.
What does the term "Gullah" refer to?
A kind of thick soup, made from shrimp and rice and flavored with a hot pepper sauce
A dialect spoken in the barrier islands of South Carolina and Georgia
A type of green leafy vegetable, similar to collard greens, eaten frequently in the South
A type of basket woven in the South Carolina lowcountry
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