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The Water Brought Us - Gullah Culture in the US

Posted by Anna Watkins on September 3, 2008

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    Blue roots

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    Remember me

    975.8
    Joy

    Remember me : slave life in coastal Georgia

    Joyner, Charles.

    A portrait of the life and culture of the Gullah-speaking African-American slaves in coastal Georgia in the 18th and 19th centuries. A companion guide to the films "Fanny Kemble's Journal" and "Gullah Tales", and includes discussion questions and suggestions for further reading.

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    The water brought us

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    The water brought us : the story of the Gullah-speaking people

    Branch, Muriel Miller.

    History of the distinctive Creole language and culture of the Gullah people, descendents of enslaved Africans in the West Indies and on the isolated Sea Islands of South Carolina and Georgia.

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    The Gullah people and their African heritage

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    The Gullah people and their African heritage

    Pollitzer, William S. 1923-

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    Little Muddy Waters

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    Little Muddy Waters : a Gullah folk tale

    Daise, Ronald.

    A little Gullah boy learns about the importance of respecting his elders.

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    Bruh Rabbit and the tar baby girl

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    Bruh Rabbit and the tar baby girl

    Hamilton, Virginia, 1936-2002.

    In this retelling, using Gullah speech, of a familiar story the wily Brer Rabbit outwits Brer Fox who has set out to trap him.

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    Bo Rabbit smart for true

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    Circle unbroken

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    Circle unbroken : the story of a basket and its people

    Raven, Margot Theis.

    A grandmother tells the tale of Gullahs and their beautiful sweetgrass baskets that keep their African heritage alive.

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    Family across the sea

    Carrier, Tim (dir.)

    Shows how scholars have uncovered he connections between the Gullah people of South Carolina and the people of Sierra Leone. Documents how the Gullahs incorporated many aspects of African culture in the daily life of the plantations.

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