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  • “M” is for Medal of Honor recipients. Approved by the United States Congress in 1862, the Medal of Honor is America’s highest award for military valor. Thirty-two native South Carolinians have been awarded the medal for “conspicuous gallantry.”
  • “M” is for Medal of Honor recipients. Approved by the United States Congress in 1862, the Medal of Honor is America’s highest award for military valor. Thirty-two native South Carolinians have been awarded the medal for “conspicuous gallantry.”
  • “M” is for Means, John Hugh (1812-1862). Governor. As governor Means urged the state to prepare militarily for secession and possible armed conflict with the federal government.
  • “M” is for Means, John Hugh (1812-1862). Governor. As governor Means urged the state to prepare militarily for secession and possible armed conflict with the federal government.
  • “L” is for Local Government Act (1975). The Local Government Act of 1975, otherwise known as the Home Rule Act of 1975, was passed by the South Carolina General Assembly to implement the revised Article VIII of the state constitution adopted in 1973 and dealing with local government.
  • “L” is for Local Government Act (1975). The Local Government Act of 1975, otherwise known as the Home Rule Act of 1975, was passed by the South Carolina General Assembly to implement the revised Article VIII of the state constitution adopted in 1973 and dealing with local government.
  • “H” is for Hispanics. Hispanics are among South Carolina’s oldest and most recent immigrant groups.
  • “H” is for Hispanics. Hispanics are among South Carolina’s oldest and most recent immigrant groups.
  • “G” is for Great Wagon Road. The Great Wagon Road stretched for almost eight hundred miles from Philadelphia west to Lancaster and York Pennsylvania, and thence south through the Shenandoah Valley into the Carolina backcountry.
  • “G” is for Great Wagon Road. The Great Wagon Road stretched for almost eight hundred miles from Philadelphia west to Lancaster and York Pennsylvania, and thence south through the Shenandoah Valley into the Carolina backcountry.