National Geographic : 1987 Dec
A LOW COUNTRY BOIL of seafood and sausage simmers for 300 guests at the annual Williams family reunion on Hilton Head (below). Relatives attendfrom as far away as Californiaand New England. Emory Campbell andJesse Williams, Sr. (left), returnfrom a memorial service at the cemetery. The far-flung family reflects a continuing exo dus of black islanders in search ofjobs and education.Develop ers argue that resorts createjobs that will encourage locals to stay. But blacks rebut that the jobs created are menial ones with negligiblepotential.