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  2. Charleston, South Carolina - Wikipedia,_South_Carolina

    The city lies just south of the geographical midpoint of South Carolina's coastline on Charleston Harbor, an inlet of the Atlantic Ocean formed by the confluence of the Ashley, Cooper, and Wando rivers. Charleston had a population of 150,277 as of the 2020 U.S. Census.

  3. Charleston Naval Shipyard - Wikipedia

    Originally designated as the Navy Yard and later as the Naval Base it had a large impact upon the local community, the tri-county area and the entire State of South Carolina. The yard first produced the destroyer USS Tillman (DD-135), then began to increase production in the 1930s. A total of 21 destroyers were assembled at the naval facility.

  4. ECHL - Wikipedia

    Knoxville Cherokees (1988–1997; moved to Florence, South Carolina, as the Pee Dee Pride.) Las Vegas Wranglers (2003–2014; suspended operations for the 2014–15 season and later relinquished their membership.) Lexington Men O' War (2002–2003; moved to West Valley City, Utah, to become the Utah Grizzlies) Long Beach Ice Dogs (2003–2007)

  5. Coastal Plain League - Wikipedia

    Florence, SC: Carolina Bank Field: 1997 (relocated 1998) Holly Springs Salamanders: Holly Springs, NC: Ting Park: 2015 Morehead City Marlins: Morehead City, NC: O'Neal Field at Big Rock Stadium: 2010 Peninsula Pilots: Hampton, VA: War Memorial Stadium: 2000 Tri-City Chili Peppers: Colonial Heights, VA: Shepherd Stadium: 2020 Wilmington Sharks ...

  6. List of Veterans Affairs medical facilities - Wikipedia

    Veterans' health care in the United States is separated geographically into 19 regions (numbered 1, 2, 4-10, 12 and 15–23) known as VISNs, or Veterans Integrated Service Networks, into systems within each network headed by medical centers, and hierarchically within each system by division level of care or type.

  7. Memorial Stadium (Clemson) - Wikipedia

    On April 3, 1941, the South Carolina General Assembly ratified an act authorizing a $150,000 bond issue for the new stadium, and the bill went to Governor Burnet R. Maybank for signature. The stadium was designed by Carl Lee of Charlotte, North Carolina (Clemson '08) and Professor H. E. Glenn of the engineering faculty. [1]

  8. Coastal Carolina University - Wikipedia

    Coastal Carolina University was founded in 1954 as Coastal Carolina Junior College, a two-year community college, by the Coastal Educational Foundation, a group of citizens who wanted to establish a post-secondary institution in the region.

  9. Baltimore riot of 1861 - Wikipedia

    Harry Ezratty, Baltimore in the Civil War: The Pratt Street Riot and a City Occupied, Charleston, SC: The History Press, 2010. ISBN 978-1-60949-003-4. George William Brown, Baltimore And The Nineteenth Of April, 1861: A Study Of The War, Baltimore: N. Murray (Johns Hopkins University), 1887. External links