This is not your grandad’s driftwood. Well, actually, it might be. “Sinker lumber” can be found in waterways all across South Carolina, and it’s just as rich in history as it...
South Carolina has a rich Gullah culture in the state’s Lowcountry. Many of the Gullah people adopted Christianity, but the laws, for hundreds of years, prohibited them from learning to read. It was a law that did not allow them to fully appreciate the word. Today that has changed and there’s even a Gullah version of the Bible.
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