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South Carolina State Pledge to State Flag
Pledge to State Flag
Adopted on April 22,1966.
The official State Pledge to the Flag of South Carolina was adopted by Act Number 910 of 1966. The pledge was originally written in 1950 by Mrs. John R. Carson for the South Carolina Division of the United Daughters of the Confederacy.
The pledge is as follows:
"I salute the flag of South Carolina and pledge to the Palmetto State love, loyalty and faith.""
South Carolina State Pledge to State Flag: Pledge to State Flag
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