My Captain! Well received upon publication, the poem was Whitman's most popular during his lifetime. Whitman was employed by the federal government in Washington, D. He later included it in the collection Leaves of Grass and recited the poem at several lectures on Lincoln's death.
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Weighing an estimated 54 tons, it is the largest piece of community folk art in the world as of The Quilt is a memorial to and celebration of the lives of people lost to the AIDS pandemic which marks it as a prominent forerunner of the twentieth century shift in memorial design that moved towards celebrating victims or survivors. The AIDS Memorial Quilt is now warehoused in San Francisco when not being displayed, and continues to grow, currently consisting of more than 48, individual memorial panels over 94, people and weighing an estimated 54 tons. The goal of the Quilt is to bring awareness to how massive the AIDS pandemic really is, and to bring support and healing to those affected by it. The panels are made by individuals alone or in a workshop, such as Call My Name which focuses on African American representation on the quilt or in quilting bees, such as the one held during the Smithsonian Folklife Festival  on the National Mall. Construction choices are left to the quilter and techniques such as traditional fabric quilting, embroidery, applique, paint and stencil, beading, and iron-ons are common.
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