In this July 19, 2007, file photo, Carlton Simmons works at Simmons Blacksmith Shop in Charleston. Two University of Connecticut music professors who have spent years studying the art and traditions of the Gullah are preparing to share their firsthand research next year with 80 teachers from across the U.S., who will spend a week visiting Gullah communities in coastal Georgia and South Carolina.
In this July 19, 2007, file photo, Carlton Simmons works at Simmons Blacksmith Shop in Charleston. Two University of Connecticut music professors who have spent years studying the art and traditions of the Gullah are preparing to share their firsthand research next year with 80 teachers from across the U.S., who will spend a week visiting Gullah communities in coastal Georgia and South Carolina. File / The Associated Press
In this July 19, 2007, file photo, Carlton Simmons works at Simmons Blacksmith Shop in Charleston. Two University of Connecticut music professors who have spent years studying the art and traditions of the Gullah are preparing to share their firsthand research next year with 80 teachers from across the U.S., who will spend a week visiting Gullah communities in coastal Georgia and South Carolina. File / The Associated Press

Teachers to study Gullah culture of GA, SC

December 10, 2012 12:29 AM

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