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From the website: The African-American Quilters of Baltimore was founded in 1989 by three African American quilters seeking the community of other African American quilters. Their primary goal was to offer support and information for African American quilters in an environment of acceptance and welcome. Since that time, the group has grown in size and diversity and includes quilters of all skill levels, from beginners to professionals. In addition, its members participate in projects in schools, libraries and museums in keeping with our “Each One, Teach One” philosophy. ”
This site provides a link to the collection of quilts at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln's International Quilt Study Center and Museum. You can browse photographs of the quilts or read a scholarly article written by Dr. Cargo.
From the website: A look at the Southern quilting tradition as it has evolved over the last one hundred and fifty years both in terms of the physical patterns and quilts produced and in terms of the role quilting represents in America. The project includes a description of European and African quilting traditions and their contributions to Southern quilting, a look at seven individual women and their personal quilting traditions, and a selective "archive" of the American literary works which center around the role of American quilts.