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It is the center of the Columbia metropolitan statistical areawhich had a population ofas of the United States Census, growing toby July 1,according to U. The name Columbia is a poetic term used for the United States, originating from the name of Christopher Columbus.

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Columbia is home to the University of South Carolinathe state's flagship university and the largest in the state, and is also the site of Fort Jacksonthe largest United States Army installation for Basic Combat Training.

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Inthe city was the location of the South Carolina Secession Convention, which marked the departure of the first state from the Union in the events leading up to the Civil War.

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The city was chosen as the site of the institution in part to unite the citizens of the Upcountry and the Lowcountry and to discourage the youth from migrating to England for their higher education. At the time, South Carolina sent more young men to England than did any other state. The leaders of South Carolina wished to monitor the progress and development of the school; Want a man real Columbia South Carolina type many years after the founding of the university, commencement exercises were held in December while the state legislature was in session.

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Cotton was the lifeblood of the Columbia community; in virtually all of the city's commercial and economic activity was related to cotton.

Some members of this large enslaved population worked in their masters' households. Masters also frequently hired out slaves to Columbia residents and institutions, including South Carolina College.

Hired-out slaves sometimes returned to their owner's home daily; others boarded with their temporary masters. Although various decrees established curfews and prohibited slaves from meeting and from learning to read and write, such rulings were difficult to enforce.

The delegates drafted a resolution in favor of secession—0. Columbia's location made it an ideal location for other conventions and meetings within the Confederacy.

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Wholesale distributors located within the city numberedwith one-third of them dealing in food. Inthe federal courthouse at the corner of Main and Laurel streets was purchased by the city for use as City Cougar dating Irondale Ohio.

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Grant 's federal architect, the building was Caarolina in Large cost overruns probably caused it to be left out. Copies of Mullet's original drawings can be seen on the walls of City Hall alongside historic photos of Columbia's beginnings.

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The s saw the beginning of efforts to reverse Jim Crow laws and racial discrimination in Columbia. Ina federal judge ruled that the city's black teachers were entitled to equal pay to that of their white counterparts. However, in years following, the state attempted to strip many blacks of their teaching credentials. Other issues in which the blacks of the city sought equality concerned voting rights and segregation particularly regarding public schools.

On August 21,eight downtown chain stores served blacks at their lunch counters Carooina the first time. The University of South Carolina admitted its first black students in ; around the same time, many vestiges of segregation began to disappear from the city, blacks attained membership on various municipal boards and commissions, and a non-discriminatory hiring policy was adopted by the city.

These and other such signs of racial progress helped earn the city the All-America City Award for the second time the first being inand a article in Newsweek magazine lauded Columbia as a city that had "liberated itself from the plague of doctrinal apartheid.

Historic preservation has played a significant part in shaping Columbia into the city that it is today.

In the early s, the University of South Carolina initiated the refurbishment of its "Horseshoe". Several area museums also benefited from the increased historical interest of that time, among them the Fort Jackson Museum, the McKissick Museum on the campus of the University of South Carolina, and Columbiz notably the South Carolina State Museumwhich opened in Mayor Kirkman Finlay, Jr. The year saw the Columbia metropolitan population reach , and in this figure had hit approximately ,