Textile Arts from Southern Appalachia," by Kathleen Curtis Wilson from InterLibrary loan. It's a wonderful book about women who wove overshot coverlets and lived in the Southwest Virgina, East Tennessee and North Carolina area in the 1800s.
Today I picked the book up at the library and was flipping through it when I discovered a coverlet woven by one of any ancestors! Plus there was a little history about the weaving tradition in my family -- news to me. The coverlet from my family was woven by Eliza Kimball Greever, around 1830, near Tazewell, VA. You can see a closeup photo of her coverlet here. Each coverlet in the book has a brief history about the person who wove it and even some genealogy information. The book is a wonderful addition to any weaver's library.