|Description||Small piece of cotton homespun with alternating directional lines in a white and brown checkerboard pattern.|
|Dimensions||H-3 W-2.75 inches|
|Owned||Jean Robertson Anderson [Mrs. Keller Anderson]|
|Made||Mrs. Keller Anderson, St. Francis County, Arkansas, CSA, 1863|
"Homespun made in St. Francis County, Arkansas by a native-born Tennessee woman who had never seen a loom or spinning wheel, had never made a bed or baked a hoe-cake until the war came."
Made by Jean Robertson Anderson [Mrs. Keller Anderson] in 1863 during the Civil War in Arkansas.
Anderson, Jean Robertson [Mrs. Keller]
unidentified slave (tentative)
unidentified African American (tentative)
African Americans (tentative)