Movement and Dance on the Sea Islands

@article{Twining1985MovementAD,
  title={Movement and Dance on the Sea Islands},
  author={Mary Arnold Twining},
  journal={Journal of Black Studies},
  year={1985},
  volume={15},
  pages={463 - 479}
}
  • M. Twining
  • Published 1 June 1985
  • History
  • Journal of Black Studies
The Sea Islands of the United States are located along the coasts of South Carolina and Georgia, extending almost 400 miles from the southern border of North Carolina to the northern border of Florida. The islands themselves, actually a part of the coastal plain, are readily accessible by sea through the streams, riverine, and brackish marshes that separate them from the mainland. Some of the islands are located far enough out in the ocean to require boats for transportation; others are now… 
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