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The Blue Ridge: Octoberfest (00:01:58)

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Walhalla, which in German means "garden of gods," was settled by German immigrants who were reminded of th,:ir homeland by the mountains in the area. Each year, the townspeople of Walhalla celebrate their German heritage and culture with an "Octoberfest."

The Coastal Zone: Definition and Location (00:04:29)

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The Coastal Zone can be subdivided into three separate regions. The arcuate is the crescent-shaped area from the North Carolina border to Winyah Bay, near Georgetown. It is about 60 miles in length and includes many popular beach resorts, the largest of which is Myrtle Beach. This area is popularly referred to as the Grand Strand. The next 20 miles or so, from Winyah Bay to Bulls Bay, is known as the Santee Delta, the largest delta on the East Coast. It is inhabited primarily by wildlife. The remainder of tlle Coastal Zone south to the Georgia border consists mostly of sea islands. Charleston and Beaufort are in this region.

The Blue Ridge: Walhalla Fish Hatchery (00:02:51)

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The Walhalla Fish Hatchery is located in Oconee County, between Highway 107 and the Chattooga River. It provides mountain trout for the many streams and rivers of the South Carolina mountains and also for those in portions of other states.

The Coastal Zone: Hilton Head (00:01:01)

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The general erosional stability of this beach ridge barrier island, along with its moderate climate and tropical landscape, has helped in its development as an internationally known resort.

The Coastal Zone: 50 Minute Man: Charleston County (00:01:45)

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The 5O-Minute Man travels on a shrimp boat from a landing along Bohicket Creek on Wadmalaw Island to the North Edisto River and ttre Atlantic Ocean. He mentions that fishing and shrimping are factors in the coastal economy, passes Rockville, and points out the changing landscape on Seabrook Island due to the construction of resort residences.

The Blue Ridge: Stumphouse Mountain (00:02:16)

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In the mid-1850's, business leaders in Charleston desired a link by rail with the Midwest in order to boost the economy of the port city. Known as the Blue Ridge Railroad Company, the project was never completed. A number of incomplete tunnels in the mountains remain, the most accessible of which is Stumphouse Tunnel, located off Highway l07.

The Blue Ridge: Ellicott Rock (00:00:47)

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Ellicott Rock is located on the banks of the Chatooga River, at the northwestern Upcountry of South Carolina. It is the site of an early l9th-century survey that, among other things, defines the point where South Carolina, North Carolina, and Georgia meet.

The Blue Ridge: Definition and Location (00:03:22)

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The region is a part of the Blue Ridge Mountains that extend from Georgia to Virginia. They, in turn, are part of the Appalachian mountain system extending from southern Quebec to Alabama. This region is also referred to as the Alpine region, or simply as the mountains.

The Coastal Zone: Gullah Festival (00:02:05)

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Gullah is a dialect and culture of Blacks who, for many years, were isolated on the sea islands of the South Carolina and Georgia coasts. Roads, bridges, mass media, and improved educational and economic opportunities have caused Gullah to diminish. This festival is held to help preserve the
cultural heritage of the Gullah people.

The Blue Ridge: Highway 11 (00:01:53)

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Scenic Highway 11 provides an excellent view of the South Carolina mountains, especially Table Rock and Caesars Head.

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