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ESTC 2011 Presentation by Dr. Emory Campbell, Gullah Heritage
ESTC 2011 Presentation by Dr. Emory Campbell, Gullah Heritage
ESTC 2011 Presentation by Dr. Emory Campbell, Gullah Heritage
ESTC 2011 Presentation by Dr. Emory Campbell, Gullah Heritage
ESTC 2011 Presentation by Dr. Emory Campbell, Gullah Heritage
ESTC 2011 Presentation by Dr. Emory Campbell, Gullah Heritage
ESTC 2011 Presentation by Dr. Emory Campbell, Gullah Heritage
ESTC 2011 Presentation by Dr. Emory Campbell, Gullah Heritage
ESTC 2011 Presentation by Dr. Emory Campbell, Gullah Heritage
ESTC 2011 Presentation by Dr. Emory Campbell, Gullah Heritage
ESTC 2011 Presentation by Dr. Emory Campbell, Gullah Heritage
ESTC 2011 Presentation by Dr. Emory Campbell, Gullah Heritage
ESTC 2011 Presentation by Dr. Emory Campbell, Gullah Heritage
ESTC 2011 Presentation by Dr. Emory Campbell, Gullah Heritage
ESTC 2011 Presentation by Dr. Emory Campbell, Gullah Heritage
ESTC 2011 Presentation by Dr. Emory Campbell, Gullah Heritage
ESTC 2011 Presentation by Dr. Emory Campbell, Gullah Heritage
ESTC 2011 Presentation by Dr. Emory Campbell, Gullah Heritage
ESTC 2011 Presentation by Dr. Emory Campbell, Gullah Heritage
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ESTC 2011 Presentation by Dr. Emory Campbell, Gullah Heritage

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Ecotourism and Sustainable Tourism Conference (ESTC) (http://www.ecotourismconference.org/) presentation by Dr. Emory Shaw Campbell, Founder, Gullah Heritage Consulting Services, presented in …

Ecotourism and Sustainable Tourism Conference (ESTC) (http://www.ecotourismconference.org/) presentation by Dr. Emory Shaw Campbell, Founder, Gullah Heritage Consulting Services, presented in September 2011. Organized by The International Ecotourism Society (http://www.ecotourism.org), the ESTC is a unique annual conference providing practical solutions to advance sustainability goals for the tourism industry.

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  • 1. This presentation was presented at the Ecotourism and Sustainable Tourism Conference 2011 (ESTC 2011), held in Hilton Head Island, South Carolina, USA, from September 19th-21st. Organized by The International Ecotourism Society (TIES), the ESTC is a unique annual conference providing practical solutions to advance sustainability goals for the tourism industry.<br />Learn more about the ESTC: http://www.ecotourismconference.org<br />ESTC on Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/ESTC_Tourism<br />ESTC on Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/ESTC.Tourism<br />The International Ecotourism Society | web www.ecotourism.orgemail info@ecotourism.org | tel +1 202 506 5033<br />
  • 2. The INTERNATIONAL Ecotourism Society Conference Hilton Head Island, SCSeptember 19, 2011<br />Heritage Tour: <br />Gullah Heritage Trail Tours<br />
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  • 5. Gullah Heritage Corridor<br />
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  • 8. BAY GALL<br />MITCHELLVILLE<br />SQUIRE POPE<br />STONEY<br />MARSHLAND<br />GRASSLAWN<br />JONESVILLE<br />GARDNER<br />SPANISH WELLS<br />CHAPLIN<br />
  • 9. Definition: What Is Gullah?<br /><ul><li>“culture comprising of a system of beliefs, customs, artforms, foodways, and language
  • 10. practiced among descendants of West Africans
  • 11. who settled along the coasts of North Carolina, South Carolina, Georgia, and Florida.”
  • 12. Gullah Cultural Legaciesat xi.</li></li></ul><li>Marsh Tackies<br />
  • 13. Saltmarsh Scene<br />
  • 14. BATEAU<br />
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  • 16. Water Mellon Truck<br />
  • 17. First African Baptist Church on Sapelo Island Built ca 1900<br />
  • 18. Artist Rendering of FAB Before 1967<br />
  • 19. Traditional Graveyard/CEMETERY<br />
  • 20. Gullah<br />Den, Fox staat fuh talk. E say to eself, e say, “Dish yuh Crow duh ooman, enty? Ef a kin suade um fuh talk, him haffuh op’n e mout, enty? En ef e op’n e mout, enty de meat fuh drap out?”<br />Fox call to de Crow: “Mawnin tittuh,” e say. “Uh so glad you tief da meat fum de buckruh, cause him bin fuh trow-um-way pan de dog…E mek me bex fuh see man do shishuh ting lukkuh dat.”<br />Crow nebbuh crack e teet! All-time Fox duh talk, Crow mout shet tight pan de meat, en e yez cock fuh lissin<br />
  • 21. English<br />Then, Fox started to talk. He said to himself, he said, “This here Crow is a woman, not so? If I can persuade her to talk, she has to open her mouth, not so? An if she opens her mouth, isn&apos;t it true the meat will drop out?”<br />Fox called to the Crow: “Morning girl,” he said. “I am glad you stole that meat from the white man, because he would have thrown it away to the dog…It makes me vexed to see a man do such a thing as that.”<br />Crow never cracked open her teeth! All the time Fox was talking. Crow’s mouth was shut tight on the meat, and her ears were cocked to listen.<br />

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