Ansley Morris was in the 5th grade at Rosa Taylor Elementary School in Macon, Georgia, when she made this quilt block during the 1993-94 school year. Her teacher, Rudine Wynn, was one of her most memorable teachers, and used the quilt to help teach Southern and American History to her students, who also had to memorize and recite the Gettysburg Address.
Ansley's block was one of the only ones with a first and last name, so I searched for her online, and found her. Today I received an e-mail reply, with details about the quilt and her participation in the project. It was a blast from the past for her, and a wonderful development from my point of view. Many thanks to Ansley for the great information!