"Whilst they were packing up to go to Virginia, I was packing to go, I didn't know where; for I knew that if I went back to Virginia, I should never get my liberty. I had friends among the colored people of Philadelphia, had my things carried there beforehand, and left Washington's house while they were eating dinner."
What We Can Learn About the Underground Railroad from Ona Judge's Story
Make A Quilt A Month
Alternate 5 blocks with one background and 4 with another for variety.