BCC – E185.93 .S7 P54 2006 Pollitzer, W. S. (1999). The Gullah people and their African heritage. Athens, GA: University of Georgia Press.
BCC – E185.93 .S7 P65 1999 [2 copies] Pyatt, T. (2006). Gullah history along the Carolina lowcountry.
BCC – E185.93 .S7 P93 2006 Robinson, S. A. (2003). Gullah home cooking the Daufuskie way: Smokin' joe butter beans, ol' 'fuskie fried crab rice, sticky-bush blackberry dumpling, and other Sea Island favorites. Chapel Hill, NC: University of North Carolina Press.
BCC – TX715.2 .S68 R65 2003 Smart-Grosvenor, V. (1970). Vibration cooking; or, the travel notes of a Geechee girl. Garden City, NY: Doubleday.
BCC – TX715 .V445 Taylor, J. M. (1992). Hoppin' John's lowcountry cooking: Recipes and ruminations from Charleston & the Carolina coastal plain. New York: Bantam Books.
BCC – TX715.2.S68 T39 1992 Turner, L. D. (2002). Africanisms in the Gullah dialect. Columbia, SC: University of South Carolina Press.
BCC – PM7875.G8 T8 2002; HSSE – 427.9 T855a Twining, M. A., & Baird, K. E. (Eds.). (1991). Sea Island roots: African presence in the Carolinas and Georgia. Trenton, NJ: Africa World Press.
BCC – E185.93 .S7 S42 1990
Crane, C. (2002). P is for palmetto. Ann Arbor, MI: Sleeping Bear Press.
BCC – F269.3 .C73 2002 Daise, R. (1997). Little Muddy Waters: A Gullah folk tale. Beaufort, SC: G.O.G. Enterprises.
BCC New Books – PZ8.1 .D1525 Li 1997 Jaquith, P. (1981). Bo Rabbit smart for true: Folktales from the Gullah. These tales were recorded in 1949 for the Library of Congress which in 1955 issued a phonodisc under title: Animal tales told in the Gullah dialect by Albert H. Stoddard of Savannah, Georgia, edited by D. B. M. Emrich., New York.
HSSE Children’s Lit – 398.2 Ja McKissack, P. (2008). Stitchin’ and pullin’: A Gee’s Bend quilt. New York, NY: Random House.
BCC – PZ7.5 .M45St 2008
Cross, W. (2008). Gullah culture in America. Westport, CT: Praeger. Retrieved from http://search.ebscohost.com/login.aspx?direct=true&db=nlebk&AN=218234&site=ehost-live
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Smith, R. (1926). Gullah: Dedicated to the memory of Ambrose E. Gonzales. Columbia, SC: Bureau of Publications, University of South Carolina. Retrieved from http://galenet.galegroup.com/servlet/Sabin?af=RN&ae=CY102592531&srchtp=a&ste=14
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Baker, R. (2010). Basket weaving inspired by the Gullah. Arts & Activities, 148(4), 32-33.
Beoku-Betts, J. A. (1995). We got our way of cooking things: Women, food, and preservation of cultural identity among the Gullah. Gender and Society, 9(5), 535-555.
Brabec, E., & Richardson, S. (2007). A clash of cultures: The landscape of the Sea Island Gullah. Landscape Journal, 26(1), 151-167. doi: 10.3368/lj.26.1.151
Campbell, E. S. (2011). Gullah Geechee culture: Respected, understood and striving: Sixty years after Lorenzo Dow Turner’s masterpiece, Africanisms in the Gullah Dialect. The Black Scholar, 41(1), 77-84.
Crook, Jr., M. R. (2008). Gullah-Geechee archaeology: The living space of enslaved Geechee on Sapelo Island. The Digital Archaeological Record (tDAR ID: 371589). Part of the Sapelo Island project. doi: 10.6067/XCV800002W
Dara, G. (2010). Gullah, African continuities, and their representation in Dash’s Daughters of the Dust. The English Languages: History, Diaspora, Culture, 1.
Grabbatin, B., Hurley, P. T., & Halfacre, A. (2011). “I still have the old tradition:” The co-production of sweetgrass basketry and coastal development. Geoforum, 42(6), 638-649. doi: 10.1016/j.geoforum.2011.06.007
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Hamilton, K. (2012). Mother tongues and captive identities: Celebrating and "disappearing" the Gullah/Geechee coast. Mississippi Quarterly, 65(1), 51-68.
Klein, T. B. (2011). African sounds in Gullah Geechee and on Middle Caicos. The Black Scholar, 41(1), 22-31.
Matory, J. L. (2008). The Illusion of isolation: The Gullah/Geechees and the political economy of African culture in the Americas. Comp Stud Soc Hist, 50(4), 949-980. doi: 10.1017/S0010417508000406
Richards, S. L. (2009). Space, water, memory: Slavery and Beaufort, South Carolina. Cultural Dynamics, 21(3), 255-282. doi: 10.1177/0921374008350381
Smalls, K. A. (2012). ‘We had lighter tongues’: Making and mediating Gullah/Geechee personhood in the South Carolina lowcountry. Language and Communication, 32(2), 147-159. doi: 10.1016/j.langcom.2011.05.009
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Daughters of the dust. (1999). New York, NY: Kino on Video.
BCC – PN1997 .D313343 1999 (DVD) Daughters of the dust. (1991). New York, NY: Kino on Video.
HSSE – VC E185.6 VC4593 .D3 1991 (VHS) Family across the sea. (2000). Columbia, SC: ETV.