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Introducing Folknography: A Study of Gullah Culture

@inproceedings{Jarrett2002IntroducingFA,
  title={Introducing Folknography: A Study of Gullah Culture},
  author={Charles W. Jarrett},
  year={2002}
}
Principles of rural sociology, ethnographic research, and interpersonal communication provide the foundation for a study of Gullah culture. The Gullahs are descendants of enslaved people living in the Sea Islands and coastal regions of South Carolina, Georgia, and northern Florida. Unlike enslaved Africans living in mainland regions, the Gullahs remained more isolated and able to transform their language and culture into a uniquely distinctive African American heritage. Construction of bridges… Expand

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