Click on the picture on the right under
"23 & me" to purchase a DNA kit.
My diverse family history is documented
to 948 BC in Africa in my book
Keeper of the Fire:
An Igbo Metalsmith From Awka"
documents; items that tell the
story of my family's journey.
It took 5 generations 25 years to compile.
Ancestry back to 149 AD.
Family Tree DNA back to 1352 AD.
(Blue, Purple or Scarlet)
Purple & blue Indigo dyed reverse appliqued Cross Roads
pattern on textile in the African Collection of Teresa R. Kemp.
by the Nation of Israel
|sRGBB (r, g, b)||(102, 2, 60)|
|CMYKH (c, m, y, k)||(45, 100, 47, 42)|
|HSV (h, s, v)||(325°, 98%, 40%)|
|B: Normalized to [0–255] (byte)|
H: Normalized to [0–100] (hundred)
|For centuries Cultures have tried to imitate the richness of |
Tyrian purple for dye-making (above) trunculus sea snail
|(Above) Murex is the name of this family of sea mollusk that allowed the |
Phoenicians to dominate theucrative indigo silk cloth trade.
|(Above) Preditory specieces of sea snail with gland showing containing dye pigment.|
New Chemical Insights into the Ancient Molluskan Purple Dyeing Process in the book "The Edelstein Center for the Analysis of Ancient Artifacts, Department of Chemical Engineering, Shenkar College of Engineering and Design", Ramat-Gan 52526, Israel.
|Above Kente cloth from Ghana Africa with dredles, |
stools individual strands are dyed with indigo
|King James Version of the Bible|
The answer is:
Note: Scriptures references are below:
|(Above) Youth with Teresa R. Kemp at WVSU, |
learning rhythm in a hands on program
|(Above) Benin Bronze plaque depicting Exodus 17:11 Arron & Hur holding |
Moses's hands up from the rising of the Sun to the going down of the same.
"The Lord commanded Moses"
|(Above) Historians meet at Ms. Teresa R. Kemp's Exhibits |
study & share discuss the documents together
|(Above) Quilters, teachers, genealogist, textile-artist, historians &|
scientist enjoy the hand-on exhibits with Teresa R. Kemp
|(Above) Guest of 5 AME Churches study the|
Youth Day Biblical History Program in
the "Churches of the UGRR Exhibit" in Lone Star, SC, USA
by Teresa R. Kemp, Historian Author, Master Quilter
Queen Mother Nana Efua Adadzewa 1st
|We provide a hand-on experience for|
our differently-abled patrons
UGRR Secret of the Quilts Museum
in Underground Atlanta
wasn't wheelchair accessible
Teresa Kemp brought the traveling exhibit to her.
|(Above) Children with their mother learning|
the African Adinkra Codes and
learning to stamp fabrics with
Teresa R. Kemp at the GA State Quilt Show
|(Above) Stamped Reverse Appliqued Cotton overlay from Teresa R. Kemp's|
African Collection of the UGRR Quilt Code Collection
51.) Which were clothed with blue, captains and rulers, all of them desirable young men, horsemen riding upon horses.
|(Above) Nigerian Penny minted by Great Britain for Nigeria, |
the East & West African clonies until 1959.
|Indigo, Kente, Grass, Cotton, Ashoke, and Quilts in Exhibition in Savannah GA |
at the International Trace and conference Center at the Mancuso Quilt Show with Teresa R. Kemp