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  Charleston, South Carolina - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Charleston is a city in the counties of Berkeley and Charleston in the U.S. state of South Carolina; the city serves as the county seat of Charleston County.
The metropolitan area population of Charleston and North Charleston was estimated to be 594,899 in 2005 (includes entire populations of Charleston, Berkeley, and Dorchester counties).
The city of Charleston is located roughly at the mid-point of South Carolina's coastline, at the junction of the Ashley and Cooper Rivers.
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 NationMaster - Encyclopedia: Charleston, South Carolina   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
Charleston County is a county located in the state of South Carolina.
Charleston is a city in the state of South Carolina in the United States of America.
Charleston is served by the Charleston International Airport, located northwest of the city itself.
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 Charleston Vacation - Historic Charleston, South Carolina - Island Realty   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
Charleston has been the scene of numerous and varied historic "firsts." The first decisive American victory during the Revolution occurred at the Battle of Fort Sullivan on Sullivan's Island.
Charleston is equally acclaimed for its contributions to the arts and humanities.
Charleston is also a city of celebration with numerous widely-known festivals and special events held throughout the year, including the Southeastern Wildlife Exposition, the Annual Festival of Houses and Gardens, Spoleto Festival USA, the Fall Candlelight Tour of Homes, the MOJA Festival and Christmas in Charleston.
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 Charleston, South Carolina
Charleston, South Carolina was one of the first settlements in the USA and its history is one of the important parts of America.
Charleston’s past is plenty of sudden changes and bloody wars, from the Revolutionary War to the War between the States, and the Civil Rights movement.
Because of a great reconstruction, into the 20th century, South Carolina was part of an active change in which manual labour was replaced by machines because of the invention of the cotton gin and the Industrial Revolution.
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 Charleston, South Carolina - Voyager, the free encyclopedia   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
Charleston is a city in the counties of Berkeley and Charleston in the U.S. state of South Carolina.
In 1886 Charleston was nearly destroyed by a 7.5 earthquake that was felt as far away as Boston and Bermuda.
Charleston is served by Charleston International Airport the busiest airport in the state.
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 Charleston, South Carolina
The South Carolina Department of Natural Resources (SCDNR) is the advocate for and steward of the state's natural resources.
The theme of the South Carolina Aquarium is a journey from the mountains to the sea, across the varied landscape of the state.
South Carolina is small, just 300 miles across and 40th in size of all the states, yet it is in the top 10 or 15 states in terms of its biodiversity (the range of animals and plants that live there).
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 Charleston travel guide - Wikitravel
Charleston is located nearly at the midpoint of South Carolina's Atlantic coastline.
Charleston is served by the Charleston International Airport, located northwest of the city.
Charleston Grill, in the Charleston Place Hotel, and Peninsula Grill on North Market Street are generally regarded as the finest restaurants in Charleston.
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 Charleston South Carolina Schools
In summary, your ability to research a particular Charleston school for the overall performance, yearly progress report, dollars spent per pupil, teachers holding advanced degrees and a principal's tenure are all very important facts you need to know before making the all to important decision of where to send my children to school.
South Carolina's public schools perform better than expected, considering the disadvantages students bring to the classroom, according to a new report by the Manhattan Institute for Policy Research.
The report ranks South Carolina 26th in academic performance and 24th in spending money efficiently, among the 50 states and Washington, D.C. The report was based on 2001 test scores on the National Assessment of Educational Progress, graduation rates and state budgets.
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 North Charleston, South Carolina - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
North Charleston is a city in the metropolitan area of Charleston, South Carolina.
This ranks as 3rd in city limit populations within the state, after Columbia and Charleston.
As defined by the U.S. Census Bureau, North Charleston is included within the Charleston-North Charleston Urbanized Area and the larger Charleston-North Charleston Metropolitan Statistical Area.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/North_Charleston,_South_Carolina   (440 words)

  
 Charleston South Carolina Home - Charleston SC
Charleston's rich history dates back to 1670 when settlers established Charles Town Landing and more than 300 years later the city features a rich history and culture that hardly could have been imagined 3 centuries ago.
Many people who vacation in South Carolina flock to Historic Charleston to see its fantastic old architecture, which includes a variety of government buildings and a number of historical churches that are often referred to as “Little London”.
Charleston, South Carolina offers you a wide variety of choices when it comes to their Bed and Breakfasts locations.
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 Charleston South Carolina Neighboorhoods and Subdivisions
South of Broad is the most exclusive part of downtown and perhaps the entire state.
Located in the Goose Creek approximately 30 minutes north of historic Charleston, Crowfield Plantation enjoys a unique history and is recognized as one of the most significant dwellings and gardens of the colonial period.
Mount Pleasant is considered to be one of the most upscale, sought after communities in Charleston and, as such, there are a myriad of neighborhood developments ranging from older, charming Charleston style homes to brand new, upscale luxury with all sorts of options in between.
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 Charleston Information & Events by Charleston Hospitality
Charleston’s prominence is linked most commonly to its rich history and the role the port city played in a critical time of transformation in our country, but there is so much more to Charleston than what you may find in a textbook.
We fashioned this website to be your guide through life in Charleston and to assist you in locating any charleston information from maps, to restaurants, to historic tours of our landmarks and everything in between.
The City of North Charleston’s Cultural Arts Department is pleased to announce that original works by artist Susan Bellinger, photographer Rhonda Gratkowski, and wood artist Kimba Burning Tree will be featured during the month of July...
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 Charleston, South Carolina   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
Located on the peninsula between the Cooper and Ashley rivers in southeastern South Carolina, Charleston is the oldest and second-largest city in the state, full of antebellum homes and carefully preserved buildings.
At the western end of the island is the Folly Beach County Park, with bathrooms, parking, and shelter from the rain.
North Charleston is a Low Country transportation hub thanks to the North Charleston Charleston International Airport which is at the point where I-26 and I-526 intersect.
www.charlestonlinks.com /other/charleston_south_carolina-area.htm   (2899 words)

  
 Charleston South Carolina City Guide - Charleston SC
Colonial Charleston developed its own unique style of house: one with a false front on the street including a front door that opens to a full-length piazza (porch) where you will find the real front door.
Charleston, South Carolina has a huge selection and a very wide variety of Vacation Rental Homes that allow you to enjoy the beach, save money on eating out, and be in close proximity to a wide variety of things to do and places to see.
Charleston Neighborhoods Dot Com's Advanced Search allows you to easily filter out "Contingent" listings, only downloading homes that are currently for sale.
www.charlestonsfinest.com   (1078 words)

  
 Charleston Area Convention & Visitors Bureau - Charleston, SC
Labor Day weekend is always a popular time to visit the Charleston area, and with the passing of Ernesto, there is new availability and the weather promises to be beautiful.
The Charleston area includes Downtown Charleston, Mount Pleasant, Daniel Island, North Charleston, West Ashley, Isle of Palms, Sullivan's Island, Kiawah, Seabrook and Folly Beach.
Explore the Charleston Area Convention and Visitors Bureau web site to see all the leisure and business travel options and local events and discover why so many travel experts have rated Charleston as one of the nation's top destinations.
www.charlestoncvb.com   (172 words)

  
 Charleston Area Convention & Visitor Bureau - Charleston, SC
In competition with other southern destinations, Charleston was named Favorite City by readers of the widely popular magazine.
Best Places to Work in South Carolina named Fifteen South Carolina companies have been named the Best Places to Work in the state.
Showcasing a broad spectrum of acts, while exploring the rich musical history of Charleston and the Carolinas.
www.charlestoncvb.com /tour   (293 words)

  
 South Carolina Real Estate
Located 10 miles south of Myrtle Beach, Garden City is a family-friendly town nestled between the Atlantic and the tributaries of Murrells Inlet.
The community of Litchfield Beach is located in South Carolina's historic Low Country, which stretches from Myrtle Beach south to the border.
South of Kiawah Island, the small barrier island of Seabrook is rich in beauty and offers an array of recreational opportunities.
www.south-carolina-homes.com   (587 words)

  
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The Charleston Maritime Center was completed in October 1997 to bring the community in touch with...
These are properties that have been acqured by the City of Charleston and have been transferred to...
One of the City of Charleston's goals is to provide superior levels of customer service.
www.ci.charleston.sc.us   (512 words)

  
 Charleston South Carolina real estate listings, home buying, selling and relocation information - NUMBER1EXPERT(tm)   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
IN THE RUNNING It is now reported that Charleston International is in the running for an additional aircraft plant in a joint venture under GMAS between Alenia North America and L-3 Communication Holdings Inc., that might bring a $200 million aircraft plant and up to 200 jobs to the area.
Charleston schools and the education system in South Carolina: kindergarten, elementary, high schools, colleges and universities
Charleston maps and local/South Carolina web site links for news and media, TV stations, radio stations, daily Charleston newspapers, transportation, airports and bus terminals, South Carolina and local government, and more
www.charlestonexpert.com   (3111 words)

  
 Charleston South Carolina Wedding Planning Directory
We are Charleston's leading caterer and event planner for over 26 years and over 9,250 catered events.
Just complete our online form, and your request will be sent to several of the Charleston hotels, inns and bed and breakfasts for assistance in helping you select sleeping room blocks for your guests Charleston Wedding Group Form.
If you are wanting to find some deals in Charleston for your guests, visit our Charleston deals page for ideas on the most affordable places to stay.
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 Charleston South Carolina Real Estate Golf Properties Berkeley SC Dorchester Mount Pleasant   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
Charleston was originally built on a peninsula of land that divides the Ashley and Cooper Rivers.
Choose from properties in the historical downtown area of Charleston, South Carolina, or settle in the new oceanfront or golfing communities of Dunes West, Wild Dunes, Hamlin Plantation, Daniel Island, Rivertowne Country Club, Charleston National Country Club, Park West and Coosaw Creek.
Many of our Charleston golfing communities have boat launching areas and boat storage facilities within their resort that allow easy access to waterways and the ocean.
www.charlestongolfproperties.com /home   (451 words)

  
 Charleston SC Bed and Breakfast Lodging South Carolina Inn B&B
Long called "America's Most Historic City" and renowned as one of its most romantic, Charleston is a city where lush gardens, artisans' ironwork and period costumed docents set the stage for horse-drawn carriages through South Carolina cobblestone streets.
Since the early 1930s, South Carolina preservationists have strived to keep Charleston's fabric authentic for the world to see, study and simply enjoy.
Wander through Charleston's streets of gracious mansions and beautiful antebellum homes and breathe the air where heady perfumed gardens mingle gently with the sea breeze.
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 Charleston County, South Carolina
for Charleston County, North Charleston, McClellanville, Awendaw and Rockville...
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