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Episcopal Diocese Of Upper South Carolina
... The Episcopal Diocese of Upper South Carolina (EDUSC) is a diocese in The Episcopal Church ... Originally part of the Diocese of South Carolina, it became independent on October 10–11, 1922 following nearly two years of planning ... state of South Carolina ...

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