Sesquicentennial Crazy Quilt – a quilt block on the Downtown Greeneville Follow the Quilt Trail. #QuiltTrail GreenevilleTN #SesquicentennialCrazyQuilt
Sesquicentennial Crazy Quilt
The quilt was created in 1991 by members of the Greenville Cumberland Presbyterian Church to commemorate its 150th birthday. The quilt represents pieces of the history of Greenville as shared by these two historic landmarks, the General Morgan Inn and Cumberland Presbyterian Church. Quilt block installed in 2016. Designed and painted by Amy Saxommeyer.
Located at the General Morgan Inn / Cumberland Presbyterian Church, 129 N. Main Street, Greeneville.
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