WINTER 2000: USC turns 200, Sweetgum characters,
Anderson, a new African-American history text, winter recipes, Dewees
Island, "Guitar Man" Gene Wyatt, Governor's School for the
Arts, Christmas lights at Riverbanks Zoo, SC Aquarium, portrait painter
Jean Pilk, Columbia winter scenes, Darlington history, Pickens County
mills, a celebration of Catawba ancestry, the return of Branchville's
depot . . . & much more! Click the diamond
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COVER PHOTO: USC PRESIDENT'S HOUSE, COLUMBIA; PHOTO BY
ROBERT C. CLARK
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"What Goes on Here?" Click this icon to
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"South Carolina in Pictures." Browse
through dozens of photo galleries!
"Land of Links." Your entry point to
hundreds of invaluable SC-related Web sites.
"The Vault." Dozens of full-text
articles describing South Carolina people, places, history & activities.
"Stop Where the Parking Lot's Full."
Some of our favorite places to dine.
"Sandlapper Slept Here." Spend a
restful night at one of more than a hundred South
"Amazing Facts!" Things about South
Carolina your mother never told you.
"Sandlapper Society Patrons." Meet the
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"But . . . What IS a Sandlapper?"
Here's where (we think) the name came from.