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Albert "Russell" McKay Diary, 1909-1916


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November - 1911

Genswt. 3535lbs tone 1293lbs 2240lbs

Nov 14 hay to G. Holman.

Nov 13 Bought. 1965 lbs of coal.

"13 Sale at S. porteous.

"12 Froze up

"13-14 Yake forze over. very cold and snowing fast and evening oof the 14th

" 15 got a load of word from b bush bu

nov thur 16. bought 1830 lbs of store coal from f turner.

started to form coal on nov. 16 at 10. october A.M

Nov 21 Nov 21 went after gringeri at fred ,arks and got old joe shod seen busky in port pery with load of wood tuw nov 21st mr sinelaires mavel campbelts husfund was furried on nov 21st 1911

thur 30 fred i was to a wood sale of bob haolby wed nov 29. 1911 in afternoon at 2 P.M

i got vietor shod allarmind shaep new show mm noc 28th 1911.

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