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Keeper of the Fire: An Igbo Metalsmith from Awka

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If you were left with questions after reading “Hidden in Plain View” by Tobin & Dobard, this book has the answers. The 1st book done by Dr. Ozella William’s family. It's a presentation of 5 generation’s collective research.

Forewords by Serena Strother Wilson & Dr. Johnston A. K. Njoku, Western Kentucky University. In Full Color, 477 pages, "Keeper of the Fire", th
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Paperback, 478 pages
Published October 30th 2014 by CreateSpace
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Teresa Kemp
Feb 12, 2015 rated it it was amazing  ·  (Review from the author)
I rated this book since it was an effort that took place over 187 years and I have never seen anything like it. I had to compile it over 25 years with my late parents by reading hundreds of books left, by over 20 different family members. I was diagnosed with colon cancer in December 2007. I closed my UGRR Secret Quilt Code Museum Exhibit located in Underground Atlanta Mall in Atlanta, Georgia USA to fight for life.

I had successful chemo, radiation and surgery but experienced frightening short
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Mrs. Teresa R. Kemp (Nana) is the 5th generation quilter and owner of Plantation Quilts & UGRR Secret Quilt Code Museum.

Born in Baumholder, West Germany to the late Dr. Howard and Serena (Strother) Wilson. She graduated from Berlin American High School and attended Ohio State Univ. in Columbus, OH. She transferred to WV State University and graduated with a BA. She graduated from DeVry Univer
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