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Losing the Man I Loved

Losing the Man I Loved

I Married my Anthropology Professor As a sophomore at Ohio University in 1964, I fell in love with my anthropology professor who was a hereditary Mende chief from Liberia, West Africa. In the course of our 41-year marriage, we had three boys and made numerous trips to...

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Caregiving the Man I Loved

Caregiving the Man I Loved

I Married My Anthropology Professor This blog is in remembrance of our wedding day on March 9, 1968. As a white college student in the 1960s, I married my anthropology professor who was a hereditary Mende chief from Liberia, West Africa. After 30 years of marriage, we...

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