Seminole and Hitchita are towns in central and eastern Oklahoma.  The W.S.C.S. (Women's Society of Christian Service)
from these areas created this quilt in 1945 to honor the veterans of two wars; World War I and World War II.  Research to date reveals the men and women names embroidered on this quilt are all American Indian.  
  Many towns across the United States honored the soldiers from their communities who served in World War II with Service banners and Honor Roll or Roll Call quilts.  Some of these quilts are very patriotic in red, white and blue.  Others are not so obvious and are made with everyday scrap fabric from the 1940s.  This quilt slightly reads red, white and blue with many other scrap fabrics associated from that era.