Finding Gullah

The day of the Hilton Head Island Gullah Celebration dawned blustery, but we were not to be deterred. We drove through the precipitation to the prescribed point, only to find that the Freedom Day Parade was not only deterred, but detoured, deferred, delayed, diverted, disassembled, and finally… CONTINUE READING >>

Learn about the food, spirituality and history of these amazing people in their own words.

The Gullah people, a culture brought to the New World in chains that created a language of its own, grown out of the isolation of the Sea Islands of Georgia and South Carolina. You’ll meet a top Gullah Chef, a columnist for a local Hilton Head newspaper, a very informative tour guide, a preacher, a dancer and see the plans for the Historic Mitchelville Project.

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10 thoughts on “Finding Gullah”

  1. We are definitely going to run into each other again as we keep going to the same places! I’m headed to Hilton Head in a week for a girlfriends getaway. I vaguely knew about the Gullah culture, but this article is really eye-opening and I’m going to make time to learn more while I am there. Thanks for sharing.

  2. Really interesting about this area. I certainly want to go when I'm there in a few weeks. What was the tour that you took? Sounds like a knowledgeable guide.

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