From 1617 to the abolishment of the English slave trade in 1807, Bunce Island was the last glimpse of home for tens of thousands of enslaved Africans. Today, only ruins remain, as a testament to the horrors of the slave trade.
Newman, B. (2020, October 1). Gullah Roots [Video]. SCETV.
Chicago Manual Citation:
Newman, Betsy, dir. "Return to Bunce Island." Gullah Roots.
South Carolina ETV. Video File. October, 2020.
Newman, Betsy. "Gullah Roots." South Carolina ETV, 1 October 2020,
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