The Gullah Geechee People


Gullah Geechee people are descendants of Africans who were enslaved on the rice, indigo and...

Indigo in Colonial South Carolina


A free, summer-long series of history talks, dye workshops and documentary films in Charleston, South...

New York Times: “About that Song You’ve Heard, Kumbaya”


Gullah Grub restaurant. St. Helena Island, SC.

Food for the Soul: Contributions of enslaved people to southern foodways


South Carolina Living: South Carolina’s Civil Rights Trail


New York Times: “Searching Out the Hidden Stories of South Carolina’s Gullah Country”


The Gathering at Geechee Kunda


Gullah Geechee festivals are important platforms for sharing culture and history. At the 14th Annual...

Pin Point Heritage Museum


Pin Point Heritage Museum, located in the old A.S. Varn & Son Oyster and Crab...

Read About Gullah Geechee Foodways Before Your Trip


Gullah Geechee foodways provide us with a doorway into understanding the Gullah Geechee people because...

Step Back In Time: Cumberland Island, GA


A short ferry ride from St. Mary’s GA is Cumberland Island. Visitors to Cumberland...