For Hannah.. (pattern Susan Smith)

For Hannah.. (pattern Susan Smith)

blog quilten patchwork farmer's wife quilt Mid 19th Century Star Quilt naaimachine Fig Tree Manor Graceful garden

blog quilten patchwork farmer's wife quilt Mid 19th Century Star Quilt naaimachine Fig Tree Manor Graceful garden

Susan Smith. The Prince.  Cool columns.

Susan Smith. The Prince. Cool columns.

Susan Smith, here in 1995, is serving a life sentence for killing her 3-year-old and 14-month-old sons in 1994

Susan Smith, here in 1995, is serving a life sentence for killing her 3-year-old and 14-month-old sons in 1994

One of 5 applique blocks of The Rowdy Flat Library Quilt by Susan Smith

One of 5 applique blocks of The Rowdy Flat Library Quilt by Susan Smith

Susan Vaughan Smith of Union, S.C. was convicted on July 22, 1995, and sentenced to life in prison for murdering her two sons, Michael Daniel Smith, 3, and 14-month-old Alexander Tyler Smith

Did a Letter Make Susan Smith Kill Her Children?

Susan Vaughan Smith of Union, S.C. was convicted on July 22, 1995, and sentenced to life in prison for murdering her two sons, Michael Daniel Smith, 3, and 14-month-old Alexander Tyler Smith

Did a Letter Make Susan Smith Kill Her Children?: Susan Smith 1994

Did a Letter Make Susan Smith Kill Her Children?

Did a Letter Make Susan Smith Kill Her Children?: Susan Smith 1994

Susan Smith                                                                                                                                                      More

Susan Smith More

Stevie's Garden--Patchwork on stonleigh

Stevie's Garden--Patchwork on stonleigh

Susan McKinney Steward (born March 18, 1847) was the first Black woman in New York State to become an MD. Dr Steward practiced in Brooklyn, throughout the west while accompanying her husband (an Army chaplain), and at Wilberforce University in Ohio. In 1911 she addressed the first Universal Race Congress at the University of London. #TodayInBlackHistory

Susan McKinney Steward (born March 18, 1847) was the first Black woman in New York State to become an MD. Dr Steward practiced in Brooklyn, throughout the west while accompanying her husband (an Army chaplain), and at Wilberforce University in Ohio. In 1911 she addressed the first Universal Race Congress at the University of London. #TodayInBlackHistory

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