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Explorer Accomplish

accomplishments of explorers in South Carolina

Searched for gold and riches in Florida. Traveled through Georgia and SC. First to see the Mississippi River Hernando de Soto
He wanted to find a safe place for the people to live and escape religious persecution. Named the land found Port Royal. Built first fort on Parris Island and called it Charlesfort. Jean Ribault
He explored North and South Carolina in search of a route to Mexico. He built forts in the mountains of NC Juan Pardo
He sailed from the island of Barbados to Port Royal. Hilton Head Island is named for him. William Hilton
He explored Port Royal and stayed there so he could learn the language and customs of Native Americans. He was the first English settler in SC. He started a friendly trading system with the Native Americans. Dr. Henry Woodward
Created by: dworkman