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Albert "Russell" McKay Diary, 1909-1916


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april month 1912

sun 21. the titanic the largest ship in the world to date struncks an vieberg on sum at 10.30 o clocks p.m april 14th 1912 and went down a foul 1500 passengers were drowned and a knet 100 saved the length of ship 882 ft6'm it went down in 2 miles of water.

the ship was valued at $10,000,00 and there was $10,000,00 worth of dimonds on it.

milton me derment of pork perry got poisned on saturday morm at pork perry aptil 20 1912.

fred startrd to plough for mr smith on the meaning place at the form of the road on fri afternoon 19, of april 1912.

mr revlim bond of P.A left fpr toronts on sat april 20, 1912.

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