Step back in time on this Gullah journey with the ETV Endowment and Aunt Pearlie Sue (Anita Singleton-Prather), master storyteller and educator, who brings history alive through the oral tradition of storytelling. In Beaufort, Aunt Pearlie Sue leads participants through the important roles many Gullah people played
during the Civil War era. The tours include the Beaufort National Cemetery, The First African Baptist Church, and the “Secession House.” The Frampton Plantation, Harriet Tubman Bridge, Nemours Plantation, Coffin Point Community Praise House, Penn Center, and more!
The cost of the tour is $450 per person, which includes $100 tax deductible contribution to the ETV Endowment, deluxe motor coach transportation, admission to all attractions, two lunches, two dinners, water and snakes. The cost does not include hotel accommodations or trip insurance.