BEHAVIOR CEMETERY, SAPELO ISLAND, GEORGIA, a post-Civil War African American burial ground. The Cemetery reflects African American burial customs. Belongings of the deceased are often placed on the grave: oil lamps (to furnish light through the unknown paths), and alarm clocks (to sound on Judgement Day). It is likely that the cemetery was originally a Slave Burial Ground, located near former Slave Quarters of Thomas Spalding's Plantation. The oldest tombstone death date is 1890.