Andrew Davis

Production Manager, Digital

Andrew Davis graduated from the University of South Carolina in 2012, with his bachelor’s degree in history. After completing a video and editing internship at SCETV’s Columbia location, he now serves as a Production Manager for scetv.org and KnowItAll.org.  Andrew has been at ETV since 2017, and is able combine his passion for history, with video production skills, to create digital content for Knowitall.org.

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  • The Trail of Tears Trivia Quiz | History In A Nutshell

    This trivia quiz will test your knowledge on the history of the Indian Removal Act, or as it is more commonly known, the "Trail of Tears." How much do you know about this chapter of western expansion in the U.S.? Find out via the quiz below. Interested in learning more about...
  • The Trail of Tears | History In A Nutshell

    After the American Revolutionary War, an experiment in "civilization" was implemented so that American Indians could peacefully coexist with neighboring white settlers. As more settlers arrived in the U.S. in the early 1800s, more room was demanded from the Native Americans...
  • Woodrow Wilson Family Home | Let's Go!

    Located on 1705 Hampton Street, in historic downtown Columbia, South Carolina, this is the home where President Woodrow Wilson spent four years of his childhood. The house was built in 1871, during the height of the Reconstruction era; a tumultuous period in United States...
  • Historic Scott's Branch High School and Gymnasium | Let's Go!

    The original Scott’s Branch High School was formed to serve African American students in Summerton, South Carolina. Originally known as the Taw Caw School, the school's name changed due to the location of the first building being in front of a brook called Scott's Branch...
  • Remembering Historian David McCullough

    In the above Palmetto Scene episode, ETV's Beryl Dakers interviewed David McCullough in 2015. "To me history ought to be a source of pleasure. It isn't just part of our civic responsibility. To me it's an enlargement of the experience of being alive, just the way literature...
  • H.L. Hunley Museum | Let's Go!

    The H.L. Hunley submarine made history during the American Civil War when she became the first submarine to sink an enemy ship in combat. In February 1864, the Hunley, under command of Lieutenant George E. Dixon, sank the U.S.S. Housatonic; a Union blockade vessel. The...