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Roseltha Goble Diary, 1867

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{Garibaldi was a red shirt, woman's fashion popularized in 1860.}

JUNE, THURSDAY 6, 1867.

Still warmer. real summr time. growing weather. have sewed prety steadly. Mr. Nelms to dinner.

FRIDAY 7,

Another lovely day very warm. Am very well to-day. Made an apron for Dora finished Mother's dress and a Garibaldi & skirt for Dora. All I expected to do. Gramma Goble died The 24th May, did not hear of it till today. Old and Young alike are passing away.

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