South Carolina Stamps and Self-Inking Stamps

South Carolina Rubber Stamps, Seals and Custom Stamps

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South Carolina has a number of colleges and universities noted for both academics and athletics, including Clemson, University of South Carolina, Furman, Wofford, Winthorp, South Carolina University, and the College of Charleston. The Citadel in Charleston is a military academy with beautiful campus, highly disciplined cadets, and excellent engineering training.

The Citadel – public domain Wikipedia source

Congaree National Park provides protection of a large area of old growth forest featuring the bald cypress. Visitors can do a boardwalk loop to view the flora and fauna or hike, canoe, or kayak through the shaded woodland and wetland.

Golf is a popular pastime in South Carolina in such places as Myrtle Beach, Hilton Head, and Kiawah Island; many northerners leave the cold and snow of late winter to enjoy near balmy weather for golf. With nearly 200 miles of oceanfront shore, South Carolina is a popular beach destination. Each April 35,000 runners and walkers compete in the Cooper River Bridge Run between Charleston and Mt. Pleasant.

Charleston is a quintessential Southern city, complete with horse-drawn carriages, historic Fort Sumter, low country seafood restaurants, and cobblestone streets. It has been dubbed the “best-mannered” city in the US. Charleston has played a major role in film and fiction, including novels by best-selling author and long-time resident, Pat Conroy. Visitors to the city enjoy walking “South of Broad” and observing the “Lords of Discipline” at the Citadel or looking upon some of the homes and buildings that served as models for “Porgy and Bess” and “Gone with the Wind.”