3 edition of Family across the sea found in the catalog.
Family across the sea
Shows the connections between the Gullah people of South Carolina and the people of Sierra Leone.
Director: Tim Carrier.
|Statement||South Carolina Educational Television.|
|Contributions||Carrier, Tim., South Carolina Educational Television Network.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||1 videocassette (56 min.)|
|Number of Pages||56|
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Family Across the Sea shows how scholars have uncovered the remarkable connections between the Gullah people of South Carolina and the people of Sierra Leone. The ancestors of the Gullah were African slaves brought Family across the sea book the Sea Islands because of their expertise in rice cultivation.
Family Across the Sea This special explores the remarkable connections between the Gullah of the South Carolina/Georgia Sea Islands and the people of West Africa, particularly those of Sierra Leone. The program traces the truly unparalleled historical connection and continued relationship from the time of.
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[Tom Fowler; Tim Carrier; Domino Boulware; Augusta Baker; South Carolina. Educational Television Commission.; South Carolina Educational Television Network,; Peabody Collection.
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Family Across the Sea, Part 1. This award-winning program explores the remarkable connections between the Gullah of the South Carolina/Georgia Sea Islands and the people of West Africa, particularly those of Sierra Leone.
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