Cynthia Porcher has completed a five-year study of the Gullah culture in South Carolina and Georgia at the request of the National Park Service. She concentrated on the five counties of Beaufort, Charleston and Georgetown in South Carolina and Glenn and McIntosh in Georgia, trying to learn all she could about the culture and to also dispense with the multitude of myths surrounding these people […]
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