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Spear throwing bison hunting scenes

Prehistoric Native Americans on the Carolina Coast: hunting, pottery, beliefs, games, food harvesting and house building

Posted By ShoutCarolina,Date: 05.12.2011

The Horry County Museum has an extensive collection of prehistoric Native American artifacts to showcase the human lifestyle before the European invasion. The museum is located near Conway Riverwalk entrance and is open Tuesday to Saturday 9AM to 5PM. Admission is free.
Humans may have inhabited North America as early as 35,000 years ago and were [...]

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Live wild animals show Lowcountry Center

Brookgreen Gardens, where kids enjoy nature, learn about the Lowcountry history and create art

Posted By ShoutCarolina,Date: 04.17.2011

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Brookgreen Gardens is a great place to enjoy a relaxing afternoon with the kids. There is something for everyone: amazing sculptures by American artists, magnificent gardens, historic plantation artifacts, rare farm animals, and native wildlife.
This post highlights what’s fun for kids at the Brookgreen Gardens’ Lowcountry Center. Remember to pick up the Brookgreen Detective [...]

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South Carolina children’s museum fun

Yes CMSC Kids! The place to explore, play, create art and have fun on a budget

Posted By ShoutCarolina,Date: 03.23.2011

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The Children’s Museum of South Carolina, near Broadway at the Beach is the place for young kids to have fun in Myrtle Beach. Admission is only $8 ($1 off coupon in most travel brochures) and is free for children under 1. The museum is open Tuesday to Saturday 9AM to 3PM.
CMSC exhibits highlights
Bubbles, bubbles and [...]

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Early colonial ferry sailed from Black River to Charleston

The 1700s Brown’s Ferry boat, oldest American built vessel yet discovered

Posted By ShoutCarolina,Date: 01.13.2011

When the Brown’s Ferry Vessel was discovered on the bottom of Black River in 1976 it was considered the most important nautical discovery in the United States.
Built in the 1700s, the wooden merchant boat is the oldest American-built vessel, about 50 years older than the Revolutionary War gundalow Philadelphia.
The 50 foot vessel was [...]

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Bob the alligator with no tail

Just Amazing Alligator and Croc Photos from South Carolina

Posted By shoutabout,Date: 04.27.2008

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Alligators are truly amazing creatures. We are so blessed to still see them all around South Carolina (like the Alligator Adventure and Huntington State Park in Myrtle Beach or Charles Towne Landing and Audubon Swamp Garden in Charleston, or Edisto Island Serpentarium in Edisto).

Just recently, Business Week published an article underscoring once more [...]

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