Works Cited



The following is a list of the resources which I found most useful and would suggest for further reading. I would like to thank the many women I interviewed for this project. They are the spirit and life behind ideas and images that appear here. Also a thank you to Alan Howard for encouraging me to make a statement, the Electronic Text center for answering the same three questions I forgot the answer to every week, and of course my American Studies classmates -- what fond memories of the early morning hours in Thorton Stacks!

- Always There: The African American Presence in American Quilts - Cuesta Benberry, Kentucky Quilt Project: 1992

- Stiched From the Soul: Slave Quilts fromthe Ante-Bellum South - Gladys Marie Fry, Dutton: 1990

- Sunshine and Shadow: The Amish and Their Quilts - Phyllis Haders, Main Street Press: 1976

- The Quilt Encyclopedia Illustrated - Carter Houck, Harry Abrams Publishers: 1991

- Quilt Stories - Cecila Macheski, Kentucky UP: 1994

- Quilts From Appalachia - Patricia Macneal and Maude Southwell Wahlman, Penn State UP:1988

- Signs and Symbols: African Images in African-American Quilts - Maude Southwell Wahlman, Penguin: 1993

- Quilt Culture: Tracing the Pattern - Cheryl Torsney and Judy Elsly, Missouri UP: 1994



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