Carolina Snaps

From small towns to southern icons, learn about South Carolina with these 60 second videos.
Angel Oak Tree | Carolina Snaps

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Standing over 65 feet tall and 25 feet wide, the Angel Oak on John’s Island, near Charleston, SC, is believed to be the largest live oak tree east of the Mississippi river.
Beaufort | Carolina Snaps

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Founded in 1711, Beaufort is South Carolina's second oldest city. Located on Port Royal Island, Beaufort is actually made up of 68 islands. At high tide, the town is as much water as it is land.
Carolina Day | Carolina Snaps

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The South Carolina exclusive holiday known as "Carolina Day" is observed every June 28th to celebrate the improbable and miraculous Patriot victory at the Battle of Sullivan's Island during the...
Catawba Nation | Carolina Snaps

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Explore the enduring legacy of the Catawba Nation, an ancient culture rooted in pottery, history, and resilience in South Carolina.
Chief Justice Ernest Finney | Carolina Snaps

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Ernest Finney was the first African American chief justice of the South Carolina Supreme Court. He left an indelible mark on the legal system with his unwavering commitment to justice and equality...
Congaree National Park | Carolina Snaps

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Known for its giant hardwoods and towering pines, Congaree National Park is home to a floodplain forest that includes one of the highest canopies in the world.
Darla Moore | Carolina Snaps

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Did you know Darla Moore was the first woman featured on the cover of Fortune Magazine and was listed as one of Fortune’s “50 Most Powerful Women in Business”? Born and raised in Lake City, South...
Daufuskie Island | Carolina Snaps

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Daufuskie Island is South Carolina's southernmost inhabited sea island. To this day, much of the island remains undeveloped - maintaining its rich history and natural beauty.