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Parks and Natural Resources Section
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Chronologies and Timelines
1860Dec 20 South Carolina is the first state to secede from the Union
1865Feb 18 City of Charleston surrenders to the Union Army

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This guide last edited 11/14/2011
This guide last revised 02/02/2009