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Monday, February 22, 2016

Come to the Lunch & Learn at SC Confederate Relic Room & Military Museum

Bring Your Lunch 

Join Me & Sonya Hodges
 at the 
WWI 371st Regiment Colored Troops 

"Lunch & Learn"

February 26th, 2016 Time: Noon 

Program Address:
SC Confederate Relic Room and Military Museum
301 Gervais Street * Columbia, SC 29201

February 22, 2016

Join us on February 26 at noon, for a presentation on South Carolina’s 371st Infantry Regiment – the African-American regiment that trained at Camp Jackson, and went on to earn distinguished battlefield honors on the bloody Western Front of World War One. The lecture will last for one hour and is free to attend. You are invited to bring your lunch to enjoy while listening.

Ms. Teresa Kemp, historical author and researcher and “Atlanta’s Quilt Lady” as well as a descendant of 12 soldiers of the 371st , and Mrs. Sonya Hodges-Grantham, a 371st descendant who is also a researcher, presenter and the head of the 371st Infantry Association, will talk about the history of South Carolina’s own regiment in the French Army (as the 371st was made part of a French division), including the Medal of Honor earned by Corporal Freddie Stowers, of Anderson, SC.

The 371st Infantry Association and the SC Confederate Relic Room and Military Museum are working to preserve the legacy of this unit, and tell their forgotten story of valor to new generations.  Visitors will also get a chance to see the original overseas flag of this unit, on permanent display in the museum.

Find out if  the 371st Colored troops were all Black!

Handicapped Accessible * Free Parking 
Free & Open to the Public
For More Information Contact 
Mr. Joe Long Phone:  803-737-8095

SC Confederate Relic Room and Military Museum
301 Gervais Street * Columbia, SC 29201

Mrs.Teresa R. Kemp 
Nana Efua Adadzewa 1st, Akwankyire
of Mankessim Traditional Area 
Central Region Ghana West Africa
Author  - Military Historian - Master Quilter
Phone: 404-468-7368 or 803-618-2250

Here is a link to my website's Military History web page:

My Blog:

Link to a Civil War Interview:

Link to an article:

To book your own exhibition visit: http://www.plantationquilts.com/traveling-exhibits.html

The link to my website for the 30% discount for your patrons (listeners or social media connections) to purchase a copy of  my book "Keeper of The Fire: An Igbo Metalsmith From Awka":

Be sure to the 30% code to use at check out!

Podcast with Bernice Bennet: 

You patrons can look inside these books on Amazon.com:
Link to Amazon.com Keeper of the Fire book they can look inside: 

Link to Amazon.com book Jamel's Deep Sea Adventure: 

Thank you so much for your support & vote of confidence. I look forward to working closely with you to make all your endeavors a success!