Cathy Sakas

Interviewee Collection Sort descending Description Interviewer Date of Interview Location of Interview Affiliation
George Walker Georgia Black Fishermen

George Walker was born in 1946 on Sapelo Island, Georgia—a small Gullah Geechee community founded on the fourth largest barrier island in the 1700s, 60 miles south of Savannah, in McIntosh County. That was a popular year for births on the island, following World War II and a busy year for the only midwife on the island. Mr. Walker was unable to complete high school, which would have been helpful during his pursuit of his captain’s license. Mr.

Cathy Sakas Unknown NOAA
Frank Mathews Oral History of Georgia Fisheries

Cathy Sakas Savannah, GA NOAA's Gray's Reef National Marine Sanctuary
Judy Helmey Oral History of Georgia Fisheries

 

Cathy Sakas Savannah, GA Gray’s Reef National Marine Sanctuary
Bing Phillips Oral History of Georgia Fisheries

Cathy Sakas Unknown NOAA's Gray's Reef National Marine Sanctuary
Charlie Phillips Oral History of Georgia Fisheries

Cathy Sakas Townsend, GA NOAA's Gray's Reef National Marine Sanctuary
Darwin Gale, Jr. Oral History of Georgia Fisheries

Darwin Gale, Jr. is a commercial fishermen based in Darien, Georgia. 

Cathy Sakas Darien, GA Gray’s Reef National Marine Sanctuary
Edgar, Alma Moran, and Jerome Felix Timmons Oral History of Georgia Fisheries

 

Edgar, Alma Moran, and Jerome Felix Timmons of Harris Neck Oysters and Seafood LLC.

Cathy Sakas Harris Neck, GA Gray’s Reef National Marine Sanctuary