Gist of Freedom Interview
"African Facial Marks Decode Quilts"
with Mrs. Teresa R. Kemp
Interview by (@RoyPaulReports) September 21, 2014
"It offers researchers, students and the general public a chance to rediscover the
it's a primary source that answers the question
"How many people knew the UGRR Quilt Codes?"
|St. Luke's AME Zion Church|
2014 Exhibit in Lone Star, SC
If you need assistance in starting there are many Family Search Center's that you can visit to learn to use the system or get you documenting you family line started. Find a Center
|David R. Strother |
My maternal great grandfather
|1840 US Census Record |
of David R. Strother
A few of the archives I use consistently are the Atlanta Fulton County Public Library downtown (AFPLS) location, Auburn Avenue African-American Research Center also in Atlanta, GA, the National UGRR Freedom Center in Cincinnati, OH. I visit both the National Archive in Marrow, GA and the GA State Archives which is next door. Every state has an archive. The presidential libraries also that are great for research too.
|2014 Covina CA Library |
UGRR Secret of the Quilts Exhibit
When I do traveling exhibits I carry over 2,000 documents and photos with me to add to the displays and answer questions patrons might ask.
UGRR Quilt Code Exhibits are presentations that HEAL communities!
Now scheduling for 2104-2017 To schedule book signing or an exhibit
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