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Join Us in Honoring the Legacy of
Mrs. Serena Strother Wilson
& 5 Other Master Quilters in
"Memories Pieced Together"
March 14th Opening Reception
6:00 am - 10:00 pm
Exhibit runs March 14th to April 20th, 2013
March 16 th, 2013
Adinkra Stamp Quilt
at the King Arts Complex
867 Mount Vernon Avenue
Columbus, OH 43203 (614) 645-5464
"The Water Spirit Omambala brought us here.
The Water Spirit Omambala will carry us home."
(Orimiri Omambala bu anyi bia. Orimiri Omambala ka anyi ga ejina.
– Ancient Igbo Hymn
International Igbo Retreat & Conference
March 22-23rd, 2013
Join Mrs. Teresa Kemp
in Staunton Virginia Saturday Afternoon!
ABOUT IGBO VILLAGE
The Igbo village in Staunton, Virginia is a tangible recognition of
the contribution of the Igbo victims of the Atlantic slave trade to the
development of Virginia and the greater American frontier culture.
Enslaved Igbo men, women, and children who traveled by force
from many specific locations in the hinterland of Igboland to
North America, helped to build what is now known as the
United States. A great majority of those who came to Vi...See More
Meet Mrs. Teresa Kemp in the Detroit, MI Area
10th Anniverary Celebration of the
Great Lakes African American Quilter's Network
for a day Adinkra Stamping class & more
"Still Binding" (The Ties that Bind)
June 15th, 2013
for more infomation visit GLAAQN"
See Photos from will be posted today from the
Airport Antiques, Williamson WV
Logan Street 1st Baptist Church in Williamson, WV
We have confirmed 2013 programs in
WV, NY, OH, MI, GA, VA, DC & FL,
The Revamped On-line Museum Pages
now has my old commerical that gives you a window
to the past UGRR Quilt Code Exhibit at
Underground in Atlanta, GA
Our Research Place is up, we are beefing it up daily!
For K-8th Graders Visit the new pages:Kids Place
For a Speaker Bio click on our About Us page &
below for our 2013 Brochure
8 Generation of Women Who Didn't Quit!
"We were those who did not draw back ...."
More documents, records & historic photos shared with you of our African, European, Gullah Geechee and
You can see how I know so much about our family
Finally .... Freedom Sounds Newsletter
(Note: This newsletter is large and may take a while to download)
Our on-line newsletter for thoes
who love history & our family
Check out the Memorial Milestones & Find out where we will be next on the News & Events Page
Our Research place is up ... UGRR Secret Quilt Code
Research, Abolitionist, Human Trafficking Info
and so much more!
We are still adding to the page to restore it to the
robustness of the former sight.
Military History Page
May 23 - 27th, 2013
"371st Colored Troops
Coming Together Reunion"
Columbia, SC for more information
Contact Sonya Hodges at
We are adding the civil War Veterans &
more revolutionary war information
daily so keep checking back!
You can see how I know so much about our family
Family Death Record (on left)
& a list of my great grandfather William McDaniel's
sisters & brothers (on right) all born in the 1800's below.
(Written by him)
FAMILY DNA PROJECTS &
William Strother Society
(Click on the link above)
The UGRR Secret Quilt Code Museum &
Plantation Quilts & Gifts
We have dedicated ourselves to the accurate preservation
of the legacy of our family's contributions to World History.
We believe that by sharing common experiences
and lessons learned,
We can increase the opportunity of each to heal,
prosper and co-exist in celebration of their
diverse cultural achievements.
Our staff and family are a dedicated group of individuals
with a wide range of skills and expertise.
Our goal is to make a difference
in your life and those around you.
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engaged in your family or community.
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