Colonizing the Carolina's

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How were we discovered?

Charles II was the man responsible for the founding of the Southern Colonies North and South Carolina. Charles was born on May 29, 1630, in St. James's Palace London, England. He was the Monarch of England, Scotland, and Ireland.


The Province of Carolina was chartered in 1629 and was an English colony to begin with but is now a British colony of North America. Eight men have been rewarded for their faithful support of Charles II following the 1660 restoration of the monarchy of Britain with the charter to a colony in the new world. The colony was then named Carolina and the eight men became known as the Lord's Proprietors. These men have controlled the Province of Carolina since 1663.

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Where can you find us?

North Carolina is located in the southeast region of the United States. The state is bordered by Virginia to the north, Tennessee to the west, South Carolina to the south, and Georgia to the southwest. The Atlantic Ocean forms North Carolina's eastern border.


Southern Carolina is directly below the Northern Carolina. it is about 260 miles long and 200 miles wide. 30,111 square miles of South Carolina are land areas and 1,896 square miles of South Carolina are covered by water.

Northern Carolina Regions:

Southern Carolina Regions:

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Why You Need to Join Our Colony!

If you become apart of the Carolina colony you will have many great benefits! In the Carolina's we are known for our religious toleration! This means you are FREE to believe in whatever your heart desires!! Not only do we have freedom of religion, we also have the perfect climate for money making crops!! We have the absolute best of both worlds! In the North Carolina you have the beautiful mountains and in the South Carolina we have the atlantic ocean! As you can see above we have the most spectacular views! Life is a lot easier to enjoy when you are happy and a part of a healthy environment! Please come to be a part of our family. We welcome you with open arms!