By George C. Rogers
Describes the imperative occasions occuring within the heritage of the Palmetto kingdom from 1497-1970.
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Extra resources for A South Carolina chronology, 1497-1992
George's Dorchester was carved out of St. Andrew's. 1718 Congaree Fort, the first frontier post in central South Carolina, was established. September 27. Colonel William Rhett defeated the pirates, of whom Stede Bonnet was the captain, in a naval battle in the Cape Fear River. Page 21 October 17. An act for the more speedy trial of pirates was passed in order to punish them quickly. December 10. Stede Bonnet was hanged at White Point between high and low tide. 1719 December 10. The first step in the Revolution of 1719 (in which the Carolinians overthrew Proprietary rule) was taken when the Assembly transformed itself into a convention of the people.
Philip's congregation organized with its first church erected at the current site of St. Michael's in Charles Town. January 12. In England, the third version of the Fundamental Constitutions was drawn up. Not ratified. Page 12 May 10. The Lords Proprietors ordered three counties to be laid out: Craven to the north, Berkeley in the center, Colleton to the south. August 17. In England, the fourth version of the Fundamental Constitutions was drawn up. Not ratified. 1683 December 23. Quaker leader George Fox addressed a letter to the Friends of Charles Town on Ashley Cooper River in Carolina.
1769 March 25. A truce was arranged between the Regulators and the Moderators which brought the Regulation to an end. July 22. A committee of thirteen merchants, thirteen planters, and thirteen mechanics was established to enforce the nonimportation agreements which were South Carolina's protest against the Townshend duties passed by the English Parliament in 1767. July 29. A second Circuit Court Act was passed. The legislation created seven judicial districtsCharlestown was one district; Beaufort, Orangeburg, and Ninety Six made up the Southern circuit; Georgetown, Cheraw, and Camden comprised the Northern Circuit.