LPN Schools in Charleston, SC
LPN Schools in Charleston, SC The oldest city in South Carolina, Charleston has a population of about 125,000. It was originally named Charles Towne in 1670, and was then renamed in 1783. It is sometimes called the Holy City because of the prevalence of churches in the area. The early economy was based on the deerskin trade, and Charleston was a major player in the American Civil War. In 2005 the city opened Arthur Ravenel Jr. Bridge, the longest cable bridge in the Americas. Today’s economy in Charleston is mostly based on the port, which has five terminals including a cruise ship terminal.