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African Roots, Carolina Gold

African Roots, Carolina Gold

Coastal Heritage Magazine African Roots, Carolina Gold The African contribution to the immensely lucrative South Carolina rice industry. Rice Tradition. The Gullah people “cook and eat rice today as we always did,” says Emory S. Campbell, former executive director of...
Gullah’s Radiant Light

Gullah’s Radiant Light

Coastal Heritage MagazineGullah’s Radiant LightGullah history is revealed in Lowcountry land held by families for generations. Closing In. Richard Habersham of the Phillips Community in Charleston County stands on a bridge spanning Horlbeck Creek. Sprawling planned...
Living Soul of Gullah

Living Soul of Gullah

Coastal Heritage Magazine Living Soul of Gullah Created by Africa and Europe, by slavery and isolation, the Gullah culture is fading into the modern world. Casting the Net. As Sam Moultrie, Sr., guides a flat-bottomed boat he built by hand, Sam R. Brown, Jr., casts a...