|Title||Quilt, Log Cabin, Sunshine & Shadow|
|Description||Silk, wool and cotton Log Cabin quilt in the Sunshine & Shadow variation. The predominate colors are brown and peach. The top is entirely hand sewn, the backing is wool and the content of the filler is unknown. The piece is hand quilted in a clamshell design.|
|Year Range from||1860|
|Year Range to||1880|
|Made||Winslow, Sarah Martha Hunter|
|Place of Origin||USA: Missouri, St. Louis|
|Used||USA: Nebraska (Cass)|
Winslow, Sarah (Hunter)
Made in St. Louis, Missouri by Sarah Hunter Winslow grandmother of donors, who came to Nebraska in 1863.
Sarah was a native of Augusta County, VA. She married Charles H. Winslow in 1851. Sarah and her husband managed farm for J. Sterling Morton (Arbor Lodge) Charles subsequently purchased a farm in Liberty Precinct, Cass County (Mount Pleasant).
Charles Winslow was Director of the NE State Board of Agriculture for 9 years.
|Credit line||Margaret & Alice Davis, Lincoln (Lancaster), Nebraska|