Civil-War Era Textiles Offer a New Perspective on America’s Past at the New York Historical Society

Civil-War Era Textiles Offer a New Perspective on America's Past at the New York Historical Society

Appliqué Quilt, ca. 1862. Attributed to Mrs. Martha Jane (Singleton) Hatter (1815-1896) of Greensboro, Alabama. Wool, silk, cotton; pieced, appliquéd, and embroidered. First White House of the Confederacy, Montgomery, Alabama, 1928 Gift of Mary Hutchinson Jones.

Civil-War Era Textiles Offer a New Perspective on America’s Past at the New York Historical Society

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