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Genre Fiction
  • Author:
    Jennifer Chiaverini
  • ISBN:
    0743260198
  • ISBN13:
    978-0743260190
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  • Publisher:
    Simon & Schuster; Reprint edition (January 18, 2006)
  • Pages:
    336 pages
  • Subcategory:
    Genre Fiction
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  • Rating:
    4.4
  • Votes:
    154
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In the seventh entry in the Elm Creek Quilt series, Chiaverini returns to Creek's Crossing, Pennsylvania, in the period before the Civil War, when quilts were used as markers along the Underground Railroad.

In the seventh entry in the Elm Creek Quilt series, Chiaverini returns to Creek's Crossing, Pennsylvania, in the period before the Civil War, when quilts were used as markers along the Underground Railroad. Nineteen-year-old Dorothea Granger, dutiful daughter and niece, teaches at the local school, the closest she can come to fulfilling her dreams of education and career.

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Book 7 of 19 in the Elm Creek Quilts Series. Only 11 left in stock (more on the way).

Elm Creek Quilts Series. 21 primary works, 25 total works. Book 7. The Sugar Camp Quilt. by Jennifer Chiaverini. The Christmas Quilt takes place in the interim between The Quilter's Apprentice and Round Robin. The Sugar Camp Quilt is set in 1849-1850, so it takes place before the events chronicled in Gerda's memoir in The Runaway Quilt. The Quilter's Homecoming is set mainly in 1925, but it branches off from a storyline introduced in The Christmas Quilt. History is thick with secrets in The Sugar Cam. ore.

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Set in Creek's Crossing, Pennsylvania, in the years leading up to the Civil War, the novel follows Dorothea Granger's passage from innocence to wisdom against the harrowing backdrop of the American struggle over slavery. She discovers that a quilt she has stitched for her uncle Jacob with five unusual patterns of his own design contains hidden clues to guide runaway slaves along the Underground Railroad. The heroic journey she undertakes leads to revelations about her own courage and ound qualities that may win her the heart of the best man she has ever known.

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The Sugar Camp Quilt. History is thick with secrets in The Sugar Camp Quilt, seventh in the beloved Elm Creek Quilts series from bestselling author Jennifer Chiaverini. Set in Creek's Crossing, Pennsylvania, in the years leading up to the Civil War, the novel follows Dorothea Granger's passage from innocence to wisdom against the harrowing backdrop of the American struggle over slavery.

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A week after Uncle Jacob's death, Abel Wright came to pay his respects. Dorothea Granger took him to the grave and stood some distance away while he bowed his head in silent prayer. Then he looked up and said, "I have something to tell you and your folks.

History is thick with secrets in The Sugar Camp Quilt, seventh in the beloved Elm Creek Quilts series from bestselling author Jennifer Chiaverini. Set in Creek's Crossing, Pennsylvania, in the years leading up to the Civil War, the novel follows Dorothea Granger's passage from innocence to wisdom against the harrowing backdrop of the American struggle over slavery. She discovers that a quilt she has stitched for her uncle Jacob with five unusual patterns of his own design contains hidden clues to guide runaway slaves along the Underground Railroad. The heroic journey she undertakes leads to revelations about her own courage and resourcefulness -- newfound qualities that may win her the heart of the best man she has ever known.

Dukinos
The Sugar Camp Quilt

I enjoyed this tale of the Sugar Camp Quilt. None of the Elm Creek Quilt books have ever disappointed me.

The Sugar Camp Quilt is a story of the early settlers in the Elm Creek Valley. Dorothea has lost her job, as a school teacher, to a man who has been in prison. She has to endure her uncle's mean spirit, and the women in town who try to ban authors from an author quilt, for the library. She has to put up with those who are prejudice, when it is well known, in the town that her family are pro abolitionist.

Dorothea Granger was satisfyingly outspoken, in a day when women didn't have equal rights. She dared to stand up to a man who had broken her heart. Dorthea stood up to her awful, selfish Uncle Jacob, who worked her family so hard; they couldn't hardly breathe without his scorn.

Dorthea's parents tried to hush her and keep her in line, but when she worked hard to make a quilt for her uncle, using her best fabric choices and her best stitching, he only said, "that will do."

She wasn't so upset, until she saw him wiping his boots on her handiwork.

Upon the death of her uncle, she discovered that her quilt was being used as a map to guide run-away slaves. She also discovered that her uncle was using his grumpy, unhappy façade, to guard a secret, even from his family.

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Yramede
While I am not a quilter, I picked up the book because of it's storyline involving the Underground Railroad and the use of special quilts as maps. I enjoyed the story and was actually perturbed that the pre-Civil War characters were not regulars in the series. (I was hoping to read more about Mr. Nelson and Dorothea's work with the Underground Railroad.) However, the storyline about the relationship between Mr. Nelson and Dorothea is a blatant rip-off of that of Mr. Darcy and Elizabeth Bennett in "Pride and Prejudice." Mr. Nelson and Dorothea meet at a dance, where he is bored silly and looks down upon the locals and she proves to be an intelligent woman who speaks her mind. (P&P's ball at Netherfield) Mr. Nelson secretly uses his own money to free Mary's father from the slavecatchers holding him in custody. (In P&P, Mr. Darcy secretly uses his own money to pay off Mr. Wickham's debtors and arranges for Wickham and Lydia to marry.) Dorothea finds out that she has been greatly mistaken about the overbearing pride of Mr. Nelson. (In P&P, Elizabeth finds out she has been greatly mistaken about the overbearing pride of Mr. Darcy.) Even the last two pages were a rip-off of P&P, where Mr. Nelson (Mr. Darcy) confesses he did all those deeds for Dorothea (Elizabeth) and Dorothea (Elizabeth) confesses that her feelings for Mr. Nelson (Mr. Darcy) were quite the opposite of what they once were. You get the idea. If it is the relationship between these two leads that interests you the most, skip this book and read the real thing by Jane Austen.
FLIDER
The history of the Bergstrom Family continues as another book in the series touches upon life in the time when families got together in small towns that were growing into larger communities. A great look back at the family history and how life was for many people many years ago.
Levion
This book sets a new bar when it come to edge of your seat can't put it down. Want to start the next one right now.
Yainai
It was a little slow , before she started talking about the quilt
I did wonder if it was a quilt book
The book got better glad I gave it a chance
Enila
This is the second book I've read by this author and enjoyed it more then the first, Christmas Bells. I would definitely recommend this book and plan to read more from the author.
Landaron
The Underground Railroad had its own way of guiding the people going north
Interesting story woven around the Underground Railroad. Not a challenging read, it is almost formulaic in its structure. Probably my least favorite of Jennifer Chiaverini's books. Not as well developed as some of her other books. I think it would appeal to a teen, pre-teen reader.