Gullah Traditions of the South Carolina Coast
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Penn Center National Historic Landmark
Northern missionaries and abolitionists Laura Towne and Ellen Murray founded Penn School in 1862 for the education of newly freed Sea Island slaves. It was one of the first schools built in the America for former slaves. The Penn School, established as pa...
Lowcountry & Resort Islands Tourism Commission
South of Charleston, North of Savannah… Near Heaven The South Carolina Lowcountry beckons beach lovers, thrill seekers, history buffs, outdoor enthusiasts, bird watchers, foodies, fishermen, golfers, artists and authors with its laidback lifestyle...
Gullah Museum of Hilton Head Island
The Gullah Museum is housed in "The Little Blue House," built in 1930 for William (Duey) Simmons,the grandson of a former slave. The museum and its collection of buildings revive, restore, preserve,protect and interpret the Gullah culture that existed o...