Marlanda Dekine Interview
Harper, Zenobia (Interviewer)
Marlanda Dekine grew up in Plantersville, South Carolina with her parents and grandparents. Dekine moved to Nashville, Tennessee and later moved back home to Plantersville. She spoke joyfully about her family’s religious history, educational history, and her interests in terms of what she wants to see for Plantersville in the future. This interview took place in April of 2021 and was conducted by Zenobia Harper at Dekine’s residence. A portion of the interview was removed at the request of the interviewee.
Plantersville (S.C.)--History;Georgetown County (S.C.)--Economic conditions;Georgetown County (S.C.)--Race relations;Georgetown County (S.C.)--Social life and customs;African Americans--Education--South Carolina;Gullahs--South Carolina--Interviews;Gullahs--Plantersville (S.C.)--Interviews;Dekine, Marlanda;Plantersville (S.C.)
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Dekine, Marlanda and The Athenaeum Press, "Marlanda Dekine Interview" (2021). Plantersville Oral Histories, 2019-2021. 19.