From left, passengers Brooke Nation and Anne Benford, both of Atlanta, listen as Gullah Heritage Trail Tour driver and narrator Emory Campbell gives a quick overview of Hilton Head Island history at the start of a bus tour of the island on Wednesday afternoon.
From left, passengers Brooke Nation and Anne Benford, both of Atlanta, listen as Gullah Heritage Trail Tour driver and narrator Emory Campbell gives a quick overview of Hilton Head Island history at the start of a bus tour of the island on Wednesday afternoon.
From left, passengers Brooke Nation and Anne Benford, both of Atlanta, listen as Gullah Heritage Trail Tour driver and narrator Emory Campbell gives a quick overview of Hilton Head Island history at the start of a bus tour of the island on Wednesday afternoon.

Gullah culture will disappear without heritage corridor, group says

September 16, 2010 12:00 AM

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