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The Union Quilters
by Jennifer Chiaverini
In 1862, with their men off to fight for the Union, it falls to the women of the Union Quilters of provide for the soldiers at the front and the veterans who have come home, to run farms and businesses, and to protect their homes and families when the Confederate army threatens the Elm Creek Valley.
by Erica Armstrong Dunbar
The story of Ona Judge, George and Martha Washington’s runaway slave, who risked everything she knew and loved to escape the nation’s capital and reach freedom. The story reveals Washington’s determination to recapture his property by whatever means necessary, providing a new look at Washington’s relationship to slavery.