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Contents Acknowledgments xii Introduction 1 Chapter 1 A Background for Quilting in Georgia by Darlene R. Roth 00 Chapter 2 Early Quilts by Irene McLaren 00 Chapter 3 Tattered Veterans and Genteel Beauties: Survivors of the War between the States by Julia Anderson Bush, with introductory remarks by Darlene Roth 00 Chapter 4 King Cotton by Patricia Phillips Marshall 00 Chapter 5 Textiles: Who Made Them and Who Used Them by Vista Anne Mahan 000 Chapter 6 African American Quilt Making Traditions by Anita Zaleski Weinraub 000 Chapter 7 Sermons in Patchwork: The Quilts of Harriett Powers by Catherine L. Holmes 000 Chapter 8 Cover: Everyday Quilts, by Martha H. Mulinix 000 Chapter 9 There's Something About Feed Sacks. . . by Anita Zaleski Weinraub 000 Chapter 10 Georgia's Quilting Groups: Shared in the Making, Shared in the Giving by Janice Morrill 000 Chapter 11 Olympic Gift Quilts: Georgia Quiltmakers Welcome the World by Anita Zaleski Weinraub 000 Appendix A Statistical Summary of Documented Quilts by Margie Rogers 000 Appendix B Listing of Quilt History Days Held 000 Sources 000 About the Contributors 000 A Tribute to Bill Weinraub 000 Index 000
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Quilts -- Georgia -- Themes, motives.