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Episode 6: Gullah Geechee Heritage

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Sunset on the marsh at the Pin Point Heritage Museum in Savannah, Georgia.

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Savannah's Gullah Geechee roots date back as early as the 1700s when enslaved West Africans were brought to Coastal Georgia. Today, Gullah Geechee communities like Pin Point continue to practice many cultural traditions of their ancestors. Experience Savannah's rich Gullah Geechee heritage with Gail Smith, historical interpreter and Pin Point native, during this on-site interview at the Pin Point Heritage Museum, where visitors can learn more about this important pillar of Savannah's African American history.

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Gail Smith shares her stories of growing up in Pin Point and what it means to be part of the Gullah Geechee community today. 

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