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How do we learn about history? books pictures oral history artifacts
What county do we live in? Lexington
What state do we live in? South Carolina
What country do we live in? United States of America
What continent do we live on? North America
What does our state flag look like? dark blue with white palmetto tree and white crescent moon
What is our state's nickname? The Palmetto State
What is our state tree? Palmetto
What is our state fruit? peach
What is our state bird? Carolina Wren
What is our state reptile? Loggerhead Sea Turtle
What is our state animal? Whitetail Deer
What is the top letter on a compass rose? N (north)
What is the left letter on a compass rose? W (west)
What is the bottom letter on a compass rose? S (south)
What is the right letter on a compass rose? E (east)
Oral History spoken records, including stories, that have been passed from one generation to the next
Tradition the passing down of culture from one generation to the next
History the study of the past
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Biography story of a person's life written by another person
Culture the way a group of people live
Past events that already happened
Present events happening now
Future events that will happen
Created by: kandacesullivan