When Roots Die
Endangered Traditions on the Sea IslandsBook - 1987
When Roots Die celebrates and preserves the venerable Gullah culture of the sea islands of the South Carolina and Georgia coast. Entering into communities long isolated from the world by a blazing sun and salt marshes, Patricia Jones-Jackson captures the cadence of the storyteller lost in the adventures of "Brer Rabbit," records voices lifted in song or prayer, and describes folkways and beliefs that have endured, through ocean voyage and human bondage, for more than two hundred years.
Publisher: Athens : University of Georgia Press, , ©1987
Branch Call Number: 975.7 Jo
Description: xvii, 189 pages : illustrations ; 25 cm