Mary Reecy Fitzgerald

Mary Reecy Fitzgerald
Non-Fiction, South Dakota Authors

After working 36 years as a teacher and administrator at Flandreau Indian School, Mary Reecy Fitzgerald turned to other longstanding interests. She earned a master’s degree in History of Textiles/Quilt Studies from the University of Nebraska and began a quilt documentation project in South Dakota. In addition to her new book, South Dakota Quilts and Quiltmakers, she has published in Uncoverings and Blanket Statements, both publications of the American Quilt Study Group.

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