Lula Walker, 65, owner of Lula's Kitchen, rests after serving lunch to a tour group as her granddaughter Stephanie Grovner, 21, helps in the kitchen in the only restaurant in the Hog Ha

 

              Lula Walker, 65, owner of Lula
Lula Walker, 65, owner of Lula's Kitchen, rests after serving lunch to a tour group as her granddaughter Stephanie Grovner, 21, helps in the kitchen in the only restaurant in the Hog Hammock community of Sapelo Island, Ga. on Wednesday, May 15, 2013. Walker is one of roughly 47 residents, most of them descendants of West African slaves known as Geechee, who remain on Sapelo Island, the coastal Georgia island where their ancestors were brought to work a plantation in the early 1800s. Once freed, the former slaves were able to acquire land and created settlements on the island, of which only the tiny 464-acre Hog Hammock community still exists. (AP Photo/David Goldman)