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When development came to Daufuskie in the 1980s developers began building a real estate office over a slave graveyard and the Gullah Geechee residents were enraged. When the developers had started digging up some older unmarked graves and throwing the bones into the adjacent Cooper River, Yvonne Wilson became an activist and her efforts helped attract national outrage forcing the developers to agree to move their reception center.