Updated: Jul 18
I am in productions for a new VLOG, Chasing History: A Underground Road Trip.
I thought this would be a creative and inspiring way to level up my historian game as well as gather some content. The project startup did not disappoint.
I first visited Savannah, Georgia. The African American history there is palpable and I was in tachycardia. It was mesmerizing, and I should say, my first time visiting. A few of the things I loved included: The Riverfront, The First African Church, Belfords Seafood, Ebo Landing, (Simon Island) and so much more...
Where I Stayed: Marriott Riverfront
What You Must See: Ebo Landing
Photo: Ebo Landing, is a historic site at Dunbar Creek on St. Simons Island, Glynn County, Georgia. In 1803 one of the largest mass suicides of enslaved people took place when Igbo captives from what is now Nigeria were taken to the Georgia coast.
photo: Belford's of Savannah: Seafood Delight