University of South Carolina
Consortium for Latino Immigration Studies
15) South Carolina
and Louisiana appear to have been the epicenters of this phenomenon, with lesser numbers of such ceremonies held in Virginia, North Carolina, Tennessee, Georgia, and Mississippi.
Doesn't South Carolina
have enough problems already?
In between his brief seafaring career and the beginning of his military career, Marion helped his family run their South Carolina
plantation, Pond Bluff, and spent his spare time roaming the woods and swamps surrounding the farm.
James Kinder, president of the South Carolina
Captive Insurance Association, said, "South Carolina
's leaders view the development of captives as an overall economic-development program that's completely supported by the governor's office.
At South Carolina
, Demus joins a team that returns three runners from its NCAA champion 1,600 relay with junior twins Miki and Me'Lisa Barber and Demietria Washington.
Louis Terracio, 2000 South Carolina
School of Medicine
At less than 150 pages of text, this volume amounts to a long essay on this complex topic, drawn from a wide reading of secondary sources as well as from personal letters and other family writings housed at two major archives in South Carolina
The South Carolina
Department of Health and Environmental Control's [DHEC] Bureau of Environmental Services is still studying the problem," says Stephanie Brundage, district health director for the Appalachia II Public Health District.
Invoking personal remembrances of the impact of Jim Crow laws, the Los Angeles City Council on Tuesday condemned South Carolina
for flying the Confederate flag over its state Capitol and voted to prohibit city employees from taking work-related trips to South Carolina
How State School Board Member Henry Jordan's Inflammatory Words Ignited A Holy War In South Carolina
-- And Revealed The Dark Side Of The Religious Right
At every essential juncture in the forties, fifties, and sixties, the veteran senator from South Carolina
came down hard on the wrong side of history.