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Pin Point Community-Savannah Georgia

One mile wide, thirteen feet above sea level and eleven miles southeast of Savannah, on the Moon River is the small community of Pin Point. Get a glimpse of what it was like to” live off the water” where crabs and oysters were harvested. The Pin Point Museum pays tribute to the Gullah-Geechee people in what was once a oyster and crab packaging plant.

Thank you for stopping by and I hope you are enjoying the sites of Coastal Georgia and South Carolina.

Have a happy day 🙂

Alice

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  1. I enjoyed this post – great to imagine what it was like to live so close to the water. I recently read a book set in the Sea Islands of SC and about the Gullah people who lived there. Thanks for sharing these pictures!

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