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A Place known as Chocolate

@inproceedings{Crook2007APK,
  title={A Place known as Chocolate},
  author={Ray Crook},
  year={2007}
}
  • Ray Crook
  • Published 2007
  • Geography
  • Visitors to Sapelo Island (Georgia, U.S.A.) traveling the narrow, Live Oak shrouded High Point Road along its western edge have passed a place called Chocolate (Figure 1) for at least two centuries and probably for well over 500 years. Chocolate is a place of thick historical fact blended with fiction. Legend-influenced historical writings (e.g. Lovell 1932) have John de Berard Mocquet Montalet, a French planter who had fled the 1791 Santo Domingo slave revolt, residing at Chocolate – a name… CONTINUE READING

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