TUESDAY through SATURDAY
11am-2pm and 2pm-5pm
Closed Sunday and Monday
Sallie Ann Robinson a sixth generation native, enjoying life on Daufuskie Island where she grew up learning the tough love way of life. The Gullah people were and still are proud people that lives life off the land from their gardens, the woods and the ocean which were skills they learned at a young age and did things they would never forget. There way of life was simple yet sometimes hard meeting their day-to-day needs, not their wants. They were taught manners and respect for all, something Sallie is proud to still use to this day. Her childhood gave her treasures of a lifetime, thanks to her ancestors and folks that are gone, but not forgotten. Her experience about Daufuskie is a lifetime of knowledge as a native. She has given tours on Daufuskie for many years sharing the history of her family and what life was like then and now.
When you visit Daufuskie Island you will see the beauty and feel how peaceful it is. You will get to visit the Daufuskie Museum and Library, the Oyster Hall, the 138-year-old First Union African Baptist Church, the Mary Field School built by the natives in 1934 and where Pat Conroy taught Sallie Ann Robinson during his 1969/70's school year experience and the Mary Field Cemetery that is the largest Gullah graveyard dating back to the early 1800*s. Daufuskie Island still has many of its original winding dirt roads that intertwine all over the Island with beautiful large live oak trees draped in moss. You will also get to see and learn much more about other Daufuskie Island history while on the tour.
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NO REFUND AFTER THIS TIME.
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DAUFUSKIE ISLAND GULLAH HERITAGE SOCIETY
A GULLAH TOUR WITH A BORN NATIVE