|Description||This example of homespun consists of a small red, rectangular-shaped piece of wool containing white spots.|
|Dimensions||H-4.25 W-5.75 inches|
|Owned||unidentified citizens of Moore County, North Carolina|
|Made||unidentified citizens of Moore County, North Carolina, CSA|
This small rectangular piece of homespun represents dress goods made in Moore County, North Carolina during the war. Possibly made by slaves.
"Sample of homespun made in Moore County."
unidentified citizens of Moore County, North Carolina
unidentified slave (tentative)
unidentified African American (tentative)
African Americans (tentative)