Learn how quilts were used by abolitionists and fugitive slaves to signify escape routes along the Underground Railroad. Connie Martin will use hand-crafted quilt replicas to recount the stories passed down to her, a sixth-generation descendant of captured African slaves. Quilt stitching and patterns were used to communicate plans, warn of dangers, signal transportation, and identify “friends” along safe routes to the North.
This is a hybrid event. This registration is to attend virtually. To attend in-person instead, click here.
Zoom Webinars and Meetings
After registering, you will receive a confirmation email and reminders containing information about joining the Zoom program. If you need assistance, please email us.
Virtual Program Conduct Policy
The library's patron conduct policy applies to virtual library programs. Library staff has the right to remove participants from virtual programs who are in violation of the patron conduct policy.