Carolyn O’Bagy Davis

Carolyn O’Bagy Davis is a fourth-generation descendant of Utah pioneers and has written nine books on the history of archaeology, quilting and western history.

She earned a B.A. in Anthropology from the University of Arizona.

Carolyn lectures extensively to history, archaeology and quilting groups around the country and has curated many traveling museum exhibits.

Carolyn has been very involved in the quilting community and appeared on several quilting television programs.

In 2010, she was inducted into the Arizona Quilter’s Hall of Fame.

Her book, “Hopi Summer: Letters from Ethel to Maud” was selected as the 2011 OneBookAZ adult book.

Carolyn O’Bagy Davis’s website

Select Bibliography:

“The Fourth Wife: Polygamy, Love, & Revolution” (2011)

“Hopi Summer: Letters from Ethel to Maud” (2007)

“Treasured Earth: Hattie Cosgrove’s Mimbres Archaeology in the American Southwest” (1995)

“Pioneer Quiltmaker: Story of Dorinda Moody Slade” (1990)

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Hopi Summer: Letters from Ethel to Maud (2007)" was featured on Books & Co. on April 24, 2011.

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