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Caldadonia March was born in 1866 in Madison, AL. She was the first in her family to become literate, thanks to the beneficence of a man called Holmes.

Caladonia was a source of undying inspiration to her community, in her capacity to see the light in every tunnel, the warmth in every cave, the blessings of a loving heart.

Alternately, she was not afraid to speak her mind and was a source of great wisdom and spiritual guidance. To be called out by Caladonia was an unforgettable and humbling experience!


Caladonia lived a quiet, dignified life as a southern woman born into freedom. She was particularly gifted at handwork which included stitchery of all kinds, silhouette, Æbleskiver breakfasts and precision knitting.

In grace, Caladonia…

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  • Female
  • Born on May 25
  • Joined February 28, 2008

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beads, cloth, needles, thread, cast iron skillet, yarn, 72 degrees

About

Caldadonia March was born in 1866 in Madison, AL. She was the first in her family to become literate, thanks to the beneficence of a man called Holmes.

Caladonia was a source of undying inspiration to her community, in her capacity to see the light in every tunnel, the warmth in every cave, the blessings of a loving heart.

Alternately, she was not afraid to speak her mind and was a source of great wisdom and spiritual guidance. To be called out by Caladonia was an unforgettable and humbling experience!


Caladonia lived a quiet, dignified life as a southern woman born into freedom. She was particularly gifted at handwork which included stitchery of all kinds, silhouette, Æbleskiver breakfasts and precision knitting.

In grace, Caladonia passed over in 1935.


She speaks through Jewelry Artist Connie Hanna

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