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Slavery-era embroidery excites historians, evokes heartbreak of its time by NeedleStack in Embroidery

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Slavery-era embroidery excites historians, evokes heartbreak of its time

"There’s a conjecture that she knows exactly what she’s doing.”It is not known how Ashley's Sack traveled from Philadelphia to Tennessee."

'And Auslander believes that the colors and placements of the words may communicate another layer of the story. ', "As Ashley's Sack became the subject of discussion, Auslander learned of its existence and felt drawn to it.", "When the curators stopped in Charleston, Todd brought along Ashley's Sack.", "The sack's history was embroidered in 1921 by Ashley's granddaughter, Ruth Jones Middleton, a member of black society in Philadelphia."

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