Heroines Quilt IV 2016
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100 years ago, the Great War changed the world. On a global scale, and more importantly a local one, the lives of girls were irrevocably changed. Yet their voices often go unheard, and this year, we'd like to correct that. Our quilt this year looks at the millions of women and girls whose lives were impacted by WWI. http://www.girlmuseum.org/view/exhibitions/heroines-quilt-iv/
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