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Quilt Codes of the Underground Railroad

Date
March 17, 2022
Cost
Ongoing
Organizer’s Site
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Celebrate African American and Black History Month by learning about the Underground Railroad and quilt codes. It is believed secret codes and symbols were sewn into quilts and used as visual maps to assist fugitive slaves in their escape to freedom. You can create your own log cabin quilt design using these instructions.

Location

Online – Los Angeles County Library
Los Angeles, CA United States

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