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Kris Davidson

Spanish moss and resurrection fern drape from a tree during a mid-afternoon rainstorm on the barrier island of Sapelo, sixty miles south of Savannah, Georgia. It’s home to Hog Hammock, one of the last surviving Gullah communities, and many Sapelo residents can directly trace their ancestry back to enslaved West Africans from the early 1800s.

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