DKG, DCSO, Beta Chapter Presents Underground Railroad Quilt Codes: History or Mystery? On Saturday, February 1, 2020 more than 20 persons came to listen to Dr. Blanche Brownley (Alpha Chapter) as she shared her story as a beginning quilter and how finding new quilt patterns led to her discovering the Quilt Codes of the Underground Railroad. During her research she found that this aspect of the Underground Railroad had been researched by some and still referred to as fabricated stories by historians. Were quilts used to aid the escaping slaves? Her presentation reviews her search into the history of quilting from Africa to America, the meaning of the quilt codes and how the codes are easily linked to different aspects of the Underground Railroad and our ancestor’s quest for freedom. Her final point also looked at what African Americans must do to ensure that our story cannot be pushed aside as myth and/or folklore like what is being done with the quilt codes.