Monthly Archives: March 2011

Boston Globe on Gullah/Geechee Corridor

As you may know the National Park Service has been working toward the creation of a Gullah and Geechee Cultural Corridor through the rice kingdom and sea islands of South Carolina and Georgia. Take a look at this substantial report … Continue reading

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Recontruction of Black Church in Georgia Rice Country

This is a good little story that brings together local history, rice culture and religious practice among freedmen in the aftermath of emancipation.

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Brookgreen Gardens in the news

The Sun News of Myrtle Beach recently published this update on Brookgreen Gardens.

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