Giving Gullah/Geechee Culture a Home at “The Little House”The small, blue house was built for William Simmons, also known as “Bubba Duey,” on land purchased by his formerly-enslaved grandfather with the money he earned by enlisting in the Civil War. The house represents what Gullah culture was like on the island before a bridge was built in 1956, bringing electricity, development, and irreversible change with it.

Giving Gullah/Geechee Culture a Home at “The Little House”

The small, blue house was built for William Simmons, also known as “Bubba Duey,” on land purchased by his formerly-enslaved grandfather with the money he earned by enlisting in the Civil War. The house represents what Gullah culture was like on the island before a bridge was built in 1956, bringing electricity, development, and irreversible change with it.
Giving Gullah/Geechee Culture a Home at “The Little House”The small, blue house was built for William Simmons, also known as “Bubba Duey,” on land purchased by his formerly-enslaved grandfather with the money he earned by enlisting in the Civil War. The house represents what Gullah culture was like on the island before a bridge was built in 1956, bringing electricity, development, and irreversible change with it.

Giving Gullah/Geechee Culture a Home at “The Little House”

The small, blue house was built for William Simmons, also known as “Bubba Duey,” on land purchased by his formerly-enslaved grandfather with the money he earned by enlisting in the Civil War. The house represents what Gullah culture was like on the island before a bridge was built in 1956, bringing electricity, development, and irreversible change with it.

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