This essay takes a close look at he african american tradition of quilt making
Quilting: An African American Tradition
<Tab/>The history of African American women in quilting is almost as old as the history of America. Black slave women were needed for spinning, weaving, sewing and quilting on plantations and in other wealthy households (Johnson 1). After the Civil War, many African American women went to work in households as housekeepers while others helped out on small farms (Johnson 1). Quilts were made for everyday use out of necessity. Quilts were made from scraps, discarded clothing, and feed sacks (Johnson 1). In studying the roots of African A…
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