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Teachers wanted to study Gullah culture of GA, SC

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SAVANNAH, Ga. (AP) — Their dinner had just arrived as the two college professors watched their guests, a group of singers from the Georgia coast, unexpectedly turn saying grace into an outburst of song, rhythm and shouted praises that soon had other diners in the restaurant joining in with the impromptu performance. "Before you know it, they're out of their chairs and the beat is getting played...

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