Title: The Story of the First Alsea Historical Quilt
Author: [Alsi Historical & Genealogical Society]
Description: Saddle-stitched in card covers. Interior is clean and unmarked (except for one name correction). B/w illustrations. 16 pp. 8.5 x 7 inches. Two copies noted on OCLC (incl. Oregon Historical Society).
Booklet pictorially presents and describes each of the 28 blocks of the First Alsea Historical Quilt. Each block identifies the woman who made it.
The quilt was made as part of the commemoration of the 101st anniversary of Waldport, Oregon. It depicts the history, folk life, and folklore of the Alsea Bay area, seen in its images of early beach transportation, logging, lumber mills, schools, churches, general stores, and the keystone block showing the Alsea Bay Bridge.
Binding: Staple Bound Soft Cover
Condition: Very Good+
Publisher: Alsi Historical & Genealogical Society
Place: [Waldport, Oregon]
Keywords: Alsea, Oregon, quilts, Lincoln County, Waldport, Oregon coast, history,
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