Definition of Capital of south carolina
1. Noun. Capital and largest city in South Carolina; located in central South Carolina.
Generic synonyms: State Capital
Group relationships: Palmetto State, Sc, South Carolina
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Literary usage of Capital of south carolina
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1. The Story of the Great March: From the Diary of a Staff Officer by George Ward Nichols (1865)
"OCCUPATION OF THE capital of south carolina—A TERRIBLE CONFLAGRATION. ... Capital of South Carolina ..."
2. With Fire and Sword by Samuel Hawkins Marshall Byers (1911)
"CHAPTER XIII Living in a grave—An adventure in the woods of South Carolina—Life in the asylum yard at the capital of South Carolina—The song of "Sherman's ..."
3. Colton and Fitch's Introductory School Geography: Illustrated by Twenty Maps by George William Fitch, George Woolworth Colton (1863)
"What is the capital of South Carolina ? Ca. What is the capital of Georgia ? Me. What towns on the Savannah River ? Sh, Aa. What town on the Chattahoochee ? ..."
4. Government of the Colony of South Carolina by Edson Leone Whitney (1896)
"tal of the colony, in hired apartments, until 1755, when a State House was completed.1 Charleston remained the capital of South Carolina until 1787,* when, ..."
5. Ramsay's History of South Carolina: From Its First Settlement in 1670 to the by David Ramsay (1858)
"... by a feint of attempting the capital of South Carolina, and because his marching down on the south side of the river Savannah would occasion very little ..."
6. Barnes's Complete Geography by James Monteith (1895)
"What is the capital of South Carolina? —the chief sea-port? — the largest city ? Mention and locate three other Important cities. GEORGIA. ..."
7. Life and Correspondence of John A. Quitman, Major-general, U.S.A., and by John Francis Hamtramck Claiborne (1860)
"... to address the Palmetto Association (the survivors of the famous Palmetto regiment) at their anniversary meeting at the capital of South Carolina. ..."