"Keeper of the Fire: An Igbo Metalsmith From Awka"
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Authored by Mrs. Teresa R. Kemp (Owner of Plantation Quilts Ohio & UGRR Secret Quilt Code Museum) This book accompanies the "UGRR Abolitionist -Keeper of the Fire Exhibit"
|Mrs. Teresa R. Kemp|
American Civil War Stories Underground Railroad Interview
Mrs. Kemp fights Human Trafficking using her families abolitionist legacy. She teaches delayed gratification and reconciliation skills to At-Risk populations.
|Serena M. Strother Wilson|
|Dr. Johnston A. K. Njoku|
Other Publications Below:
“Before the Middle Passage: Igbo Slave Journeys to Old Calabar and Bonny”
Amamihe: The Basis of Igbo Culture and Character Formation. Goldline and Jacobs Publishers, NJ, Canada, and Owerri, 2010.
ENYI BIAFRA: Regimental Drill, Duty Songs, and Cadences from Biafra. Goldline and Jacobs Publishers, NJ and Owerri, 2009.
“The Atlantic Slave Trade, Colonialism, Gender, and Class Transformations in the Bight of Biafra Hinterland” in Olaudah Equano and the World. Edited by Chima Korieh. Africa World Press, (2009), pp. 203-217.
“Civil Society Practices among the Igbo People of Nigeria,” in Comparative Perspective of Civil Society, edited by Robert Dibie. Lexington Books 2008, pp. 209-223
Oral tradition and the material culture of the Atlantic slave trade as historical source: evidence from the Bight of Biafra hinterland.
In The Aftermath of Slavery: Transitions and Transformations in Southeastern Nigeria. Edited by Chima J. Korieh and Femi J. Kolapo. Trenton, NJ: African World Press, Inc. 2007, pp. 136-157.
|Jamel K. Thomas Joyce|
For more information, please call Mrs. Teresa Kemp at
Osinachi (Means God has Returned a Gift)
Mrs. Teresa R. Kemp, Plantation Quilts
Phone: USA 001 (404) 468-7050