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Local artist Marla Jackson shares the inspirations that led her to make quilts depicting black history. Jackson talked Sunday at the Watkins Community Museum of History before members of the Douglas County Underground Railroad Assn. She said she drew some of the themes for her quilts from conversations she had with her great-grandmother, who was a slave in the South before the Civil War.

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