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Bluffton Oyster Company sits on more than a hundred years of discarded shells from previous shucking businesses. When they return from harvesting, the oystermen unload their oysters on the docks and wash them in fresh water before taking them to the shucking tables, where Gullah Geechee women pry the oysters from their shells for packing.