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|Named Person:||Peggielene Bartels; Peggielene Bartels|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Peggielene Bartels; Eleanor Herman
|Description:||333 pages,  pages of plates : map, plates ; 25 cm|
Washington, D.C., August-September 2008 --
Ghana, September 2009 --
Washington, D.C., November 2008-September 2009 --
Ghana, September-November 2009 --
Washington, D.C., November 2009-September 2010 --
Ghana, September-October 2010.
|Responsibility:||Peggielene Bartels and Eleanor Herman.|
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Enjoyable Story About a Remarkable Woman and a Village in Ghana
The remarkable circumstance at the beginning of this book is the selection of Peggy Bartels, a secretary in Ghana's embassy in Washington, to be king of Otuam, a fishing village in Ghana. She had immigrated to the U.S. decades before and had become a U.S. citizen. When her uncle, who had been...
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- Bartels, Peggielene, -- 1953- -- Travel -- Ghana -- Otuam.
- Ghana -- Kings and rulers -- Biography.
- Americans -- Ghana -- Biography.
- Ghana -- Social life and customs -- 21st century.
- Secretaries -- Washington (D.C.) -- Biography.
- Bartels, Peggielene, -- 1953- -- Travel.
- Ghana -- Social life and customs.