NCQPNorth Carolina QSO Party (amatuer radio)
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15027, NCSBH, BVS, Raleigh, North Carolina; Pearl Evans, Unknown, 1958, From NCMOH, NCQP, Published in The Quilt Index,; McDonald, "Symbols from Ribbons," 173-175; "USSSDI,", Susie McKnight, December 1983, citing USSSA, DMF, SSA; "NCDC, 1909-1975,", entry for Myrtle Ferguson Webb, Cumberland, January 29, 1963, citing DC no.
The North Carolina Quilt Project (NCQP) began with the Forsyth Piecers and Quilters Guild in Winston-Salem in 1983.
The staff of the NCQP provided the regional coordinators with press releases and informational flyers.
Georgia Bonesteel, the quilt show host and North Carolina native, did a special feature on the NCQP. (32) On a national and international scale, Kenley Jones did a three-minute feature on the NBC Nightly News with Tom Brokaw, and the Voice of America, a radio show for overseas Americans, aired a segment.
Their quilts became their voices, calling out for recognition." (77) The NCQP consistently stressed the importance of providing genealogical information on the quiltmaker and stories about the quilts themselves as part of establishing quilts as important parts of women's history.