The paisley stripe from Baltimore Blues is named Monument.
Every mid-19th-century reproduction line needs a paisley print.
The print comes in three colorways:
River Green, Sassafras Brown and Harbor Blue
The Document Print
I had a little scrap of a madder red---just enough to capture
the repeat and the fancy background texture. It's a paisley cone set in a stripe.
From a quilt in the DAR Museum
Back about 1850 when the fabrics in this shade of blue were so popular for Baltimore Album quilts there were two major monuments:
The Washington Monument finished in 1815...
Baltimore Album quilt from Mary Koval's collection.
and the Battle Monument finished in 1825.
From a quilt sold online
Baltimore Album quilts contain several blocks depicting those two public sculptures.See more about paisley cones in a stripe set at this post:
Ilyse Moore's using the greens in an alternating star and log cabin quilt.