A little ways south of Midway on the Liberty Trail, in tiny Riceboro, is Geechee Kunda (622 Ways Temple Rd., 912/884-4440, www.geecheekunda.net), a combination museum/outreach center dedicated to explaining and exploring the culture of Sea Island African Americans on the Georgia coast. (Don’t be confused: “Geechee” is the Georgia word for the Gullah people. Both groups share similar folkways and history and the terms are virtually interchangeable.) There are artifacts from slavery and Reconstruction, including authentic Geechee/Gullah relics.
© Jim Morekis from Moon Charleston & Savannah, 4th Edition