Black History Culture : Any Gullah or Geechee folks here?

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  1. Africandr

    Africandr Member MEMBER

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    I've a strong personal interest in the culture, did a summer paper in it in college,it amazes me everytimeI readon the history andpreservation of culture.
     
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    PoeticManifesta Well-Known Member MEMBER

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    mY MOTHERS G'GRANDMA WAS GULLAH....IT IS AN AWESOME CULTURE.. I HAVE YET TO TRULY EXPLORE THOROUGHLY..HOWEVER!
     
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    How many Gullah people are there?
     
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    AUM Well-Known Member MEMBER

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    I was born and raised in Savannah which is south of St. Helena Island and across the bridge from Beaufort, S.C.. Gullah is the Culture of the Coastal Islands and Geechee is the "Flavor" of the coastal region. Do you have anything specific you would like to know?
     
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    I think my Lady is Gullah or Geechee, I need to ask her mother about it.
     
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