Sea Islanders

ETHNONYMS: Gullah-speaking African Americans


Bascom, William R. (1941). "Acculturation among Gullah Negroes." American Anthropologist 43:43-50.

Creel, Margaret Washington (1990). "Gullah Attitudes toward Life and Death." In Africanisms in American Culture, edited by Joseph E. Holloway, 69-97. Bloomington: Indiana University Press.

Dillard, J. L. (1970). "Non-standard Negro Dialects: Convergence or Divergence?" In Afro-American Anthropology, edited by Norman Whitten and John Szwed, 119-128. New York: Free Press.

Guthrie, Patricia (1977). Catching Sense: The Meaning of Plantation Membership among Blacks on St. Helena Island, South Carolina. Ann Arbor, Mich.: University Microfilms.

Guthrie, Patricia (1980). Praise House Worship and Litigation among Afro-Americans on a South Carolina Sea Island. Purdue University Africana Studies Occasional Paper no. 80-5. West Lafayette, Ind.

Johnson, Guion Griffis (1930). A Social History of the Sea Islands. Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press. Jones-Jackson, Patricia (1987). When Roots Die: Endangered Traditions on the Sea Islands. Athens: University of Georgia Press.

Kiser, Clyde Vernon (1969). Sea Island to City. New York: Atheneum.

Moran, Mary H. (1981). "Meeting the Boat: Afro-American Identity on a South Carolina Sea Island." M.A. thesis, Brown University.

Moran, Mary H. (1986). "Using Census Materials in Ethnohistoric Reconstruction: An Example from South Carolina." In Ethnohistory: A Researchers' Guide, edited by Dennis Wiedman, 61-76. Studies in Third World Societies, no. 35. Williamsburg, Va.: Department of Anthropology, College of William and Mary.

Rose, Willie Lee (1964). Rehearsal for Reconstruction: The Port Royal Experiment. Indianapolis, Ind.: Bobbs-Merrill.


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