Crossville Chronicle, Crossville, TN


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Pat Robbennolt, board member of the Pleasant Hill Historical Society of the Cumberlands, displays quilt brought by the Dodge family from Maine in 1884. Jeanne Chappell-Kingsbury, co-curator of Pioneer Hall Museum stands behind Tom Brown's sculpture depicting his rendition of the ox cart that brought the Dodges' possessions up to Pleasant Hill from Sparta. The quilt will be on display at the Gathering of Quilts planned for Dec. 1 in the Blue Barn.

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