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Georgia's Gullah-Geechee Heritage: Foodways

The Gullah-Geechee are descendants of enslaved West African people who worked on coastal plantations from North Carolina to northern Florida.

Selected Articles

Some articles on this page are only available through GALILEO at College of Coastal Georgia, while others can be found in JSTOR, a database provided by the library.

If you are at a Georgia public library user, you may not have access to everything included here. Need help with GALILEO? Ask a librarian. Also, check out the GALILEO YouTube channel for video tutorials. 

Selected Cookbooks