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Spring 2013

American Quilts

AmericanQuilt2

Lone Star, Maker unknown, Possibly Eastern Pennsylvania, 1850-60

AmericanQuilt1

Diagonal Flying Geese, Sarah K. Headly, Pennsylvania, 1838

AmericanQuilt3

Wild Goose Chase Variation, Maker unknown, Possibly New York, 1850-70

AmericanQuilt4

Delectable MountainsVariation, Maker unknown, Probaby Lancaster, Penn., 1865-85

AmericanQuilt5

Blazing Star, Maker unknown, Possibly Missouri, 1875-95

Images from: Wild by Design, Two Hundred Years of Innovation and Artistry in American Quilts by Janet Catherine Berlo & Patricia Cox Crews

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