South Carolina White Pages, United States

Shaped like an inverted triangle with beautiful sandy beaches, South Carolina was named after British monarch King Charles I. The state is home to just over five million people, and the main economic activities are manufacturing, services, leisure and hospitality, and aircraft manufacturing. You can use the South Carolina white pages, an online phonebook containing the names, addresses, and social media profiles, to find a person with their phone number. 

Besides these details, South Carolina white pages feature public records, including arrest, criminal, court, and property records. The information you obtain from this online phonebook can help you identify unknown callers, reconnect with old friends, and avoid scam calls. 

South Carolina At A Glance

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  • Became A US State — May 23, 1788
  • Capital: Columbia
  • Population: 5.1 million (2021)
  • Size: 32,021 square miles (40th largest) 
  • Nickname: Palmetto State
  • Motto: While I Breathe, I Hope
  • State Tree: Palmetto
  • State Flower: Yellow Jessamine
  • State Bird: Carolina Wren
  • State Beverage: Milk

10 Quick Facts About South Carolina

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  • The first tea farm in the U.S. was in Summerville, South Carolina. 
  • The State Hospitality Beverage is the South Carolina sweet tea.
  • South Carolina was the first confederate state.
  • The shot that started the American Civil War was at Fort Sumter.
  • The first golf course in the United States was established at Harleston Green, Charleston. Today, there were more than 350 golf courses in South Carolina.
  • South Carolina is the birthplace of Andrew Jackson
  • The state is named after King Charles I of England. 
  • South Carolina produces more peaches than any other state apart from California. 
  • The state has a Monkey Island, home to more than 3,500 free-ranging monkeys. 
  • South Carolina is renowned for its Fourth of July celebrations. Fireworks are legal in Palmetto State. 

Largest cities or towns in South Carolina

ColumbiaMyrtle BeachMauldin
North CharlestonGreerSocastee
Mount PleasantSpartanburgNorth Augusta
Rock HillBlufftonLexington
Goose CreekFort MillEasley
Hilton Head IslandConwaySt. Andrews
SumterAndersonWade Hampton