Tour leader, Jamal Toure, is gifted as an interpreter able to bring the Gullah Geechee culture, history, traditions & language to life. It rained during our tour which may explain why some of the advertised stops weren't mentioned, esp. the Underground Schools. But our stops at the African Baptist Church, the monument to the 750 Haitians who fought alongside colonial troops against the British in 1779, the visit to the Factor's area and the running narrative were important contributions to our visit to Savannah. I'll do it again next time I'm there.
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