S.C. plantation gives look at Gullah culture

  • by: Tracey Teo Atlanta Journal-Constitution
  • Updated: July 27, 2013 - 2:00 PM

At Boone Hall Plantation and Gardens in Mount Pleasant, S.C., a Charleston suburb, Jackie Mickel stands barefoot in front of an old slave cabin. Her black hair is tucked beneath a white turban, perhaps like her great-great-grandmother’s was when she was enslaved in Dorchester County approximately 25 miles inland.

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