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Albert "Russell" McKay Diary, 1909-1916


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91 may month 1912

thur .9. father took our 3 calves away to-day thur 9th may 1912, over to allin goode pastire was cavis mill south of wica.

took holestein ginylin cow to full at me cullock on tue might may 7th 1912.

fri 10. george luke cut my hair shot on mom 6th 1912

red cow with left hip knockred in gave birth to a calf this morn monday may 13th 1912.

sold red cow to conlin and took her to port perry on may 14 1912

we got $49.00 for her.

tue 14. i took our ayrshine cow to laltimnore's fall on tuesday may 15, 1912,

fri 17 we got chop yesterday thur may 16, 1912.

they laid the fase of williamson movement on thursday may 16, 1912.

the base a lighted 4 tons.

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